The band confirm another short notice show to precede their studio stint…

Babyshambles have announced yet another show.

The band are keen to get out and play before heading into the studio, so will now play Koko in London tomorrow night (March 18), after Sunday’s gig at the Rhythm Factory (March 20) sold out in two minutes.

The band will be on stage at 8pm and tickets cost £11.

For ticket availability, [url=]go to NME Tickets or call them on 0870 1 663 663.

In related news, Doherty is set to feature on the new Wolfman & The Side Effects single – fighting.

’Ice Cream Guerrilla’ is due for release on April 25 and will feature the song ’Wolfman’ – a live [a][/a] favourite – on the B-side.

A source close to the band has revealed that the recording will also include the sound of a scuffle breaking out between Doherty and Wolfman.

He said: “Wolfman wrote the track and has been playing it live for the last 2 years. The lyrics used to go: ”Wolfman you give me the hump man, you come in like a swamp man, I jump when you say jump man”.

”The day the track was recorded the lyrics were changed to: “Wolfman you used to be my friend man, you really are the end man, you’re fucking up again man.”

”When Pete heard the new lyrics and realised they were about him – the fight broke out.”

Wolfman & The Side Effects are set to play the new club night ’Our Demons Are Famous’ at London’s Koko on March 23.

Support on the night comes from Alan Wass and Kill City.