Since we’re now in the business of reporting rumors, let’s get the ball rolling on a Libertines reunion at Coachella this year too. I mean, if Pete Doherty‘s going to start acting like a working musician again, can cracking US Immigration laws be far off?
Revealed exclusively this morning on NME, the album — the title of which the Babyshambles man is yet to decide — will be released on March 9, with a single, “Last Of The English Roses”, to be released on March 2.
According to NME, The album was recorded with producer Stephen Street in London’s Olympic Studios in autumn last year. Blur guitarist Graham Coxon plays guitar on all songs apart from “Broken Love Song”. Singer Dot Allison performs co-vocals on “Sheepskin Tearaway”, while Doherty’s Babyshambles band mates Mik Whitnall, Adam Ficek and Drew McConnell also play on the album.
Pete Doherty’s solo album track listing
02. Last Of The English Roses
03. 1939 Returning
04. A Little Death Around The Eyes
06. Through The Looking Glass
07. Sweet By And By
08. Palace Of Bone
09. Sheepskin Tearaway
10. Broken Love Song
11. New Love Grows On Trees
12. Lady, Don’t Fall Backwards