Pete Doherty

Glastonbury: your favourite artists on why it matters

Pete Doherty, Haim and many more on the best festival in the world

The Libertines’ new album will “hopefully” be done “by the end of the year”

"There are lots of things on the table," Pete Doherty told NME backstage at Glasto 2022

Pete Doherty at Glastonbury 2022: “I’ve been spearheading indie sleaze for years!”

Pete tells us about politics, The Libertines' new album and who'd play him in a movie

The Libertines pay tribute to Ukraine and kick off Glastonbury 2022

The Likely Lads bring out the sun as they return to Worthy Farm – here's what went down

Pete Doherty says The Libertines will record a new album in Jamaica

"We still feel there’s unfinished business and there are more songs to write"

Pete Doherty discusses managing “to get out of the addictive cycle”

"I’m blessed to be alive, not sat in a hedge in Old Street, injecting into my groin"

Pete Doherty announces new memoir ‘A Likely Lad’

The book, written with Simon Spence, promises to be "a rock memoir like no other"

Pete Doherty says that he “nearly lost my feet” during his battle with drug addiction

The guitarist has reflected on now being two years clean in a new interview

Peter Doherty & Frédéric Lo – ‘The Fantasy Life of Poetry & Crime’ review: breezy and charming baroque indie

The Libertines man teams up with the French musician for a sweet and serene collaboration (indie sleaze not included)

The Libertines to perform ‘Up The Bracket’ in full at London arena show

The band's debut album celebrates its 20th anniversary this year
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