New Babyshambles song posted online

New track from Pete Doherty and co is available to hear now

Babyshambles have posted a brand new song online.

‘Pretty Sue’, in its early demo stage, was recorded by the band between tour dates on their recent arena tour.

The song is available to hear now on the MySpace site for Roses, Kings, Castles: Babyshambles drummer Adam Ficek’s musical project site.


In a MySpace bulletin, Ficek has explained that the band plan to post two further new songs, ‘1939’ and ‘Mouse In The House’, online soon.

Ficek also revealed that the band plan to play “some small shows for Xmas” – which may mean more of Babyshambles’ famed secret pub gigs are on the cards.

The band meanwhile will headline the launch party of the Shockwaves NME Awards tomorrow night (December 6) in London.

Stay tuned to NME.COM for live coverage straight from the party.


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