When The Libertines reunited in 2010, photographer Roger Sargent followed the band as they rehearsed, warmed up for and performed at Reading And Leeds. That footage, interspersed with trips to old Libertine haunts, formed the documentary 'There Are No Innocent Bystanders' – a comprehensive ride through their first, shaky reunion. With the band decamped to Thailand to record their...
Long-awaited third album is out on Friday (September 11)
Stepping into the Dublin Castle tonight is like entering a timewarp. It’s packed to the rafters with fans dressed exactly as they would have been in The Libertines’ heyday – green army surplus jackets, Fred Perry polo shirts and skinny jeans – and the support bands (noise-punks The Deadcuts and acoustic singer Barns Courtney) sound like the kind of...
The band's long-awaited third album 'Anthems For Doomed Youth' is released on September 11
For reunited bands, opting to make new albums instead of just milking the enormo-gig cash cow is something of risk - make something that doesn't match up to your peak years and you risk destroying your legacy, like Guns ‘N Roses or Hole. As such, the news in December 2014 that The Libertines would be making a new record...
Band will play gigs in Manchester, London, Bristol, Nottingham and Glasgow in support of new album 'Anthems For Doomed Youth'
The Libertines’ Pete Doherty lifts drummer Gary Powell onto his shoulders as band close Reading Fest
Ed Harcourt also helps out on 'You're My Waterloo'
Band filled headline set with old material and tracks from new album 'Anthems For Doomed Youth'
Pete Doherty and Carl Barât step up to headliner status following last appearance at festival in 2010
Band speak in new interview ahead of 'Anthems For Doomed Youth' album release