The star plays two sets in order to accomodate the fans who show up at his London abode...
Libertines star PETE DOHERTY played two secret shows at his own flat in east LONDON’s WHITECHAPEL last night (November 11).
Over 40 people turned up following the announcement. In order to accommodate everybody, he played two sets for half of the audience each.
Each set was about 40 minutes long and featured highlights of the Libertines album ’Up The Bracket’ and the Babyshambles sessions.
Both sets featured ‘Don’t Look Back Into The Sun’ and unreleased fan favourite ‘What Katy Did’. The first set featured a medley of Babyshambles tunes including ‘Man Who Would Be King’ and a cover of ‘Always Something There To Remind Me’ before ending with ‘Good Old Days’.
The second set started with ‘Horrorshow’, featured a cover of The Stranglers’s 1982 Number two hit ‘Golden Brown’ and finished with a mass singalong with ‘We’ll Meet Again’.
During the first set he gave out presents to fans, including a very rare set of Strokes playing cards and a fringed jacket.