They found a way here after all...
THE LIBERTINES’CARL BARAT is at this year’s GLASTONBURY festival despite having to cancel the band’s performance at the event earlier this month.
The group were forced to put out of their Pyramid Stage set due to guitarist Pete Doherty’s continuing battle with drug addiction and following his rehabilitation trip to Thailand.
Barat turned up to the festival on Friday (June 25) and is intending to stay until the event wraps up tonight (June 27).
Speaking to NME.COM yesterday (June 26), the guitarist said: “I’m really enjoying it… I’m just off to get some food and then I’ll probably head over to see Damien Rice on the Other Stage.”
Barat also revealed that he wanted to go to the Stone Circle to watch the infamous Glastonbury sunrise.
As previously reported on NME.COM, Supergrass will replace The Libertines tonight.
Now, Supergrass will play third from the top of the bill on the Pyramid Stage before Morrissey and headliners Muse.
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