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I saw The Libertines live for the first time this summer. I thought I had missed my chance to experience the Libs the way God intended-in a tiny pub with one hundred sweaty indie kids-but just as I was about to tap my Oyster Card at Finchley Road I got a call from my friend, Josh. "Where are you? If you're already on the train you're going to kill yourself."
The Libertines have officially confirmed plans for their new album, ‘Anthems For A Doomed Youth’, and the news immediately
The Libertines have announced the title and release date for their new album ‘Anthems For A Doomed Youth’, less than a week
Everyone from Taylor Swift to Bastille was namechecked on Friday afternoon, as festival-goers at Glastonbury tried to determined
There were crowd crushes, there were flares, there were naked guys climbing up towers and there were bloody noses. But aside from all the ominous scenes and injured gig goers that have dogged the headlines since Saturday, The Libertines at Hyde Park was a much needed injection of much-missed rock and roll.
The Libertines have finally confirmed that they are going to reunite this summer, performing a concert at London’s Hyde Park
The Libertines have been teasing fans and hinting that they may be getting back together in recent weeks, suggesting that
This week, 10 years ago, The Libertines released their debut album Up the Bracket and gave the British indie scene back to the youth it belonged to. This wasn't just a great collection of songs, it was a musical manifesto set out by Peter Doherty and Carl Barat that would inspire a generation and beyond.
I first saw Kieran Leonard perform in 2009, when we both shared a bill supporting Carl Barat's Dirty Pretty Things at the Manchester Academy.
Pete Doherty said not being invited to Amy Winehouse's funeral meant he "never had the chance to see through" his grief for