NME.COM heads to the outskirts of Paris to witness the end of an era...
THE LIBERTINES played what is likely to be their last ever show in PARIS last night (December 17).
The band played an hour-long set in front of a 350-strong crowd competition winners at Studio 287 in northern Paris.
The Libs’s set included the classics ‘I Get Along’, ‘Don’t Look Back Into The Sun’ and NME writers’ track of the year, ‘Can’t Stand Me Now’.
Frontman Carl Barat seemed upbeat, even getting behind the drumkit at one stage.
For the full story on the evening, and the last ever interview with The Libertines, get hold of NME’s new year issue, dated January 8.