Carl Barat

The Libertines on their future and “striving for the perfect song”

"I’d like to get in a flow state where songs just come out," shared Carl Barat

The Libertines “tried to sit down and write some screenplays” for a biopic

“We’ve talked about it, but then we always have a row about who’s playing who!"

The Libertines talk being clean and connected: “We just want to write beautiful songs in the moment”

Watch Carl Barat and Pete Doherty talk to NME about 'All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade', who'd play who in a biopic, and becoming the band they were always meant to be

The Libertines return with ‘Run Run Run’ and announce new album ‘All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade’

“We're over the moon, and the ball is in the back of the net," declares Pete Doherty, as the band also announce intimate Margate shows

Gary Powell confirms release date for new Libertines album

The band have been working on the follow up to ‘Anthems For Doomed Youth’ since 2019

Reverend & The Makers share new single and launch exhibition with Brian Eno, Mel C, Carl Barat, Jeremy Corbyn and more

The track is the musician’s “most personal” track to date

The Libertines give update on new album with “different energy”

The band have also shared details of a new song from their fourth LP

Palaye Royale share ‘Lifeless Stars’ and tell us about their Libertines-inspired new album

The band tell us about "hopeful" new record 'Fever Dream' as well as FaceTiming The Libs and doing shots with Carl Barat

The Libertines pay tribute to “much loved” early drummer Paul Dufour, who has died

Dufour was in the band before their career took off

Pete Doherty on his first Glastonbury: Kate Moss, an undercover agent, and a £16,000 cardigan

"Vivienne Westwood sent an undercover agent..."