The Libertines stream new song ‘Glasgow Coma Scale Blues’ – listen

Third album 'Anthems For Doomed Youth' will be released in September

The Libertines are streaming a new track from their upcoming new album.

The band release their long-awaited third record, titled ‘Anthems For Doomed Youth’, on September 11. The record is the band’s first LP in 11 years and follows the group’s 2004 self-titled album and 2002 debut ‘Up The Bracket’.

Having previously shared lead single ‘Gunga Din’, you can now hear ‘Glasgow Coma Scale Blues’ beneath.

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The Libertines play Reading And Leeds festival next weekend. The twin British festivals run from August 28-30.

The ‘Anthems For Doomed Youth’ tracklisting:

‘Barbarians’
‘Gunga Din’
‘Fame and Fortune’
‘Anthem for Doomed Youth’
‘Heart of the Matter’
‘Belly of the Beast’
‘Iceman’
‘You’re My Waterloo’
‘Fury of Chonburi’
‘The Milkman’s Horse’
‘Glasgow Coma Scale Blues’
‘Dead for Love’
‘Love on the Dole’ [Bonus]
‘Bucket Shop’ [Bonus]
‘Lust of the Libertines’ [Bonus]
‘7 Deadly Sins’ [Bonus]

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The band recently discussed experimenting with their signature sound for the upcoming LP, which will include the use of synths, in an interview with NME.

Drummer Gary Powell said: “I would have been really, really pissed off if we’d come back with a new album full of old stuff… The last thing I wanted us to do was sound like we were back in 2004”.

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In celebration of the album’s release, the group are hosting a “week of shenanigans” at famed, small Camden venue Dublin Castle. The London events include a photo exhibition, documentary screening, album playback, pub quiz and other “surprises”, taking place from August 31 to the album’s release date on September 4.
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