Carl Barat debuts new solo material at Scottish show

He's joined by Babyshambles' Drew McConnell at the gig

Carl Barat debuts new solo material at Scottish show
Carl Barat debuted two new solo songs at a gig in the Scottish town of Dunfermline last night (June 9).

The former Libertines man played 'Monday Morning' and 'So Long' during a 17-song set at the town's Carnegie Hall.

He was joined onstage by a band that included Babyshambles bassist Drew McConnell and ex-Dirty Pretty Things guitarist Anthony Rossomando, as well as a drummer and string section.

During the set, Barat played a number of songs from his back catalogue, with a series of Libertines tracks including the singles 'Time For Heroes', 'Can't Stand Me Now' and 'Don't Look Back Into The Sun'. He finished the set with a rendition of Dirty Pretty Things' biggest hit 'Bang Bang You're Dead'.

Carl Barat played:

'9 Lives'
'Ballad Of Grimaldi'
'France'
'So Long'
'What A Waster'
'Blood Thirsty Bastards'
'Music When The Lights Go Out'
'Deadwood'
'Come Closer'
'The Man Who Would Be King'
'BURMA'
'Monday Morning'
'Truth Begins'
'Don't Look Back Into The Sun'
'Cant Stand Me Now'
'Time For Heroes'
'Bang Bang You're Dead'

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