Babyshambles unveil ‘Nothing Comes To Nothing’ video – watch

Track appears on band's forthcoming album 'Sequel To The Prequel, due September 2

Babyshambles have unveiled the video for their new track ‘Nothing Comes To Nothing’. Click above to watch.

The video, directed by Katia deVidas, includes footage from the band’s set at Paris’s Place de la République on July 8, during which they performed eight songs including ‘Fuck Forever’, ‘Killamangiro’ and of course ‘Nothing Comes To Nothing’.

‘Nothing Comes To Nothing’ will be released on August 26. It’s taken from Babyshambles’ forthcoming album ‘Sequel To The Prequel’, which follows on September 2. The band have just unveiled another track from the album, ‘Picture Me In A Hospital’, which you can listen to here.


Pete Doherty recently reported that working on the new Babyshambles album “energised” him. Speaking to NME, Doherty said: “I just thought, ‘Fuck. Where have I been? Why have I not been getting it together?’ We’ve gotta get these new songs together, we’ve gotta play. I just feel energised by it all. Really I do.”

‘Sequel To The Prequel’ was recorded at Question Du Son in Paris and mixed at The Bunker in London with producer Stephen Street. It follows 2007’s ‘Shotter’s Nation’ and the band’s 2005 debut, ‘Down In Albion’.


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