Pete Doherty's band play on third day of Scottish bash
Babyshambles played an afternoon show at the T In The Park festival this afternoon (July 11), during which guitarist Mik Whitnall urged fans to get physical with annoying bottle-throwers.
Pete Doherty‘s band – joined by former Supergrass man Danny Goffey on drums for the first time at a festival – played on the NME/Radio 1 Stage, running through the likes of ‘Delivery’, ‘Pipedown’ and set-closer ‘Fuck Forever’.
Some crowd members started throwing bottles at the band during the show, prompting Whitnall to say: “Next person who throws a bottle, beat the fuck out of them, I dare you!”
Before closing the set with single ‘Fuck Forever’ they played new song ‘Fireman’ and ‘What Katy Did’ – a song released by Doherty‘s ‘other’ band The Libertines, with the frontman hurling his microphone into the front row during the show.
‘Carry On Up The Morning’
‘The She Goes (A Little Heartache)’
‘Back From The Dead’
‘French Dog Blues’
‘Side Of The Road’
‘What Katy Did’
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