The Libertines member is back.
The Libertines are back with their first studio album in over a decade. Upliftingly dubbed Anthems For Doomed Youth, the comeback LP will be released this September. The Brit-rock group led by singer Carl Barat and guitarist Pete Doherty recently reformed, following a near 11-year hiatus, to record the anticipated follow-up to their self-titled 2004
The Libertines don’t want to scare you, but their first album in over a decade includes synths.
A pile of over 70 acts has been added to the UK’s Reading and Leeds Festival lineups, including three Aussie groups, who have now locked in their August festival slots. Reading and Leeds organisers have added London rockers The Libertines to the top of the bill, joining metal heroes Metallica, and Mumford & Sons as
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
After taking to his Twitter page to post the name of his former band, the famed brit-pop act Oasis, Liam Gallagher has helped the group become odds-on favourites for Glastonbury 2014 headliners, leading some betting agencies to suspend all betting. Fellow English rockers The Libertines now also have strong odds, following an announcement that they
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