March 5, 2009 18:13

Pete Doherty: 'Libertines have to reform, it's unfinished business'

Listen to NME Radio's exclusive interview at noon tomorrow (Mar 6)

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Pete Doherty has declared that The Libertines reunion will definitely happen.

The singer outlines his plans for his former band with Carl Barat in an interview with NME Radio which will broadcast tomorrow (March 6) at noon (GMT).

"Well, its going to happen," he told presenter Neil Cole. "Its unfinished business, isn't it?"

In the interview Doherty also discusses his plans to bring Graham Coxon on the road with him for his solo tour, though revealed that old friend and collaborator Wolfman would not be coming, as the pair recently fell out.

Listen to the full interview tomorrow at noon (and repeated again on Saturday, March 7) via Sky 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727 and NME.COM/radio.

You can also listen to NME Radio in London on 87.7fm.

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