He'll be releasing his brand new solo album 'Hamburg Demonstrations' in December
Pete Doherty has announced his brand new solo album ‘Hamburg Demonstrations’ and unveiled his new single, ‘I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)’. Hear the track below.
The follow-up to his 2009 solo debut ‘Grace/Wastelands’, ‘Hamburg Demonstrations’ will be released on 2 December.
Produced, recorded and mixed by Johann Scheerer, The Libertines and Babyshambles man took to Hamburg to make the album after ‘falling in love’ with the Clouds Hill Recordings studio and moving to the German city for six months. The record also features a new recording of the Amy Winehouse tribute ‘Flags Of The Old Regime’ (now called ‘Flags From The Old Regime’).
Meanwhile, ’Hell To Pay At The Gates Of Heaven’ was written after the Paris terror attacks last November and features the lyric “Come on boys choose your weapon J-45 or AK-47?”, in reference to John Lennon’s favourite acoustic guitar, the Gibson J-45. The track was debuted live earlier this year. Doherty will be the first to perform at The Bataclan when the Paris venue re-opens in November.
It also features ‘The Whole World Is Our Playground’ – which was released as part of Record Store Day.
The tracklist for ‘Hamburg Demonstrations’ is:
Down For The Outing
Hell To Pay At The Gates Of Heaven
Flags From The Old Regime
I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone) V2
A Spy In The House Of Love
I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)
The Whole World Is Our Playground
She is Far
His upcoming solo tour dates are:
16: Paris – Le Bataclan
17: Paris – Le Bataclan
18: Toulouse – Le Bikini
19: Marseille – L’Usine, Isters
21: Clermont/Ferrand – La Coopérative de Mai
22: Lyon – Le Transbordeur
24: Caen – Le Cargo
25: Nantes – Stereolux