The Libertines member is back.
The newly reformed Libertines have said they plan on making a trip to Germany later this year to work on a new album together. It would be Pete Doherty and Carl Barat‘s first record together since The Libertines broke up shortly after the release of their self-titled 2004 LP. Speaking to NME, Carl Barat says
Pete Doherty, one half of the newly reformed Libertines, says that a new album by the UK indie heroes is “the dream.” Despite their influential status in the UK independent music scene, The Libertines only released two albums, breaking up shortly after the release of their self-titled 2004 LP. “A new record is exactly what
Pete Doherty, co-frontman of recently reunited indie rockers The Libertines, has admitted that his drug use has killed his creativity and affected his family life. The singer has also said that he’d like to kick his habit, which has been well-publicised for many years. In an interview with the Daily Star, Doherty has opened up
Speculation is abounding as to a possible reformation from gone-too-soon UK indie greats The Libertines, after co-frontman Pete Doherty told an Israeli newspaper that he’d accepted an offer to play in London’s Hyde Park as The Libertines, with new Facebook action further fuelling rumours. In a recent interview with Israel-based newspaper Ynet, the oft-troubled Doherty
Babyshambles frontman and ex-Libertine Pete Doherty has revealed that Babyshambles’ recent UK tour almost didn’t happen, admitting that he nearly scrapped the entire enterprise hours before the band were set to take stage for their first gig to promote new album, Sequel To The Prequel. The band were recently Down Under for Splendour In The
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Just has he promised back in June, Babyshambles’ frontman Pete Doherty has opened his own memorabilia store in the UK suburb of Camden, and filled it to the brim with interesting (but mostly uninteresting) tidbits from throughout his personal life and career. Initial reports from within the shop make it seem just as strange as
It has been confirmed that Babyshambles will be following up their 2007 full-length album Shotter’s Nation. Though not too much is known about the forthcoming material, Bassist Drew McConnell has told NME (Via Live4Ever UK) that it’s definitely coming. According to McConnell, frontman Pete Doherty originally set out to write a follow-up to his 2009
Pete Doherty has bared all about his connection with Amy Winehouse – revealing that he had a relationship with her, is still in love with her, and has written a song about her too. “This is difficult for me to admit. But, yes, it’s true. Amy and I were lovers,” he told UK paper Daily
Pete Doherty has been questioned by France’s national railway company, SNCF, over a missing (and presumed stolen) trolley from one of its trains. NME reports that the packed-out trolley contained staff uniforms and the more typical trolley items of cold meats and cutlery. Doherty took to his blog to explain the situation, saying he was
Last month former Libertines’ frontman Pete Doherty cancelled his appearance at T in the Park to seek treatment for drug addiction at The Cabin in Chiand Mai, a rehab clinic in Thailand. Now reports have surfaced that in less then a month Doherty has been removed from the clinic for being disruptive and counter productive
NME has reported today that it’s looking as though Doherty and ex-The Libertines band buddy Carl Barat will be buckling down in the studio to work together on Barat’s up-and-coming solo album.
Earlier today, T In The Park organisers posted on the events official Facebook page that Pete Doherty would not be performing at this year’s festival, stating that he “has entered a facility to deal with pressing medical issues”.
Pete Doherty will be paid an undisclosed amount in damages from News Of The World after they admitted to hacking his phone last year, nme reports.
Pete Doherty is back in jail after being given a six month jail term for pleading guilty to possession of cocaine. The Judge told Doherty he had an “appalling record” of committing offences, but Doherty showed no emotion as he was sentenced.
Former Libertines and Babyshambles rocker Pete Doherty will not face criminal prosecution over the death of Mark Blanco, the 30-year-old actor who fell to his death from a balcony at a party in East London in 2006.
Pete Doherty could face a private prosecution from the friends and family of Mark Blanco, the man who fell to his death from an East London balcony in 2006 after an altercation with the former Libertines singer. The Guardian reports that Scotland Yard will tell Blanco’s family this week whether they think their investigations into
The erstwhile poster-boy of ‘anti-folk’, Adam Green, has put together a surreal new film starring none-other than Macauley Culkin, along with a host of indie-rock personalities. NME.com reports on the film, called The Wrong Ferrari and tagged as A Screwball Tragedy By Adam Green, features a psychedelic adventure across a bizarre landscape, and is reportedly