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Pete Doherty has unveiled the video for his new single ‘I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)’.

The Libertines and Babyshambles man announced details of his second solo album last month, with ‘Hamburg Demonstrations’ due for release on 2 December.

The video for the album’s lead single was directed by Italian Luca Monterosso Whitmann, using footage of Pete performing the song matched by illustrations by art student Celine Jennings.

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“I am very proud and flattered to give my contribution to the creation of this beautiful project,” said Luca. “Being able to work with Peter has been an amazing experience.”

The tracklist for ‘Hamburg Demonstrations’ is:
Kolly Kibber
Down For The Outing
Birdcage
Hell To Pay At The Gates Of Heaven
Flags From The Old Regime
I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone) V2
A Spy In The House Of Love
Oily Boker
I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)
The Whole World Is Our Playground
She is Far
His upcoming solo tour dates are:
November
16: Paris – Le Bataclan
17: Paris – Le Bataclan
18: Toulouse – Le Bikini
19: Marseille – L’Usine, Isters
21: Clermont/Ferrand – La Coopérative de Mai
22: Lyon – Le Transbordeur
24: Caen – Le Cargo
25: Nantes – Stereolux

Meanwhile, The Libertines say that they have ‘bags of new music’ for their next album.