The gig comes after an exciting time for Barat, following the announcement earlier this year that The Libertines would be reforming following their split in 2007 and a short reunion in 2010. The band triumphed in the summer at Hyde Park’s British Summer Time and later a concert at North London’s Ally Pally, the group also revealed that they’d be working on new material around this time.
Support came in the form of sixties inspired, psychedelic and prog duo, SLVRFURS and the grungey/garage rock delights of Demob Happy. Both talented bands, received well by the audience and adding a bit of contrast to the headline act.
The sell out show was the last stop on a nationwide tour of smaller club venues and provided the perfect setting for the onslaught of teenagers and twenty-somethings pledging their allegiance to the ex Dirty Pretty Thing.
Rest of the review right here.
|#2||3||Storm is Coming||03:39|
|#3||4||Gin & Milk||03:39|
|#4||1||Summer In The Trenches||02:55|
|#5||We Want More||03:13|
|#6||21||Death on the Stairs||03:55||(Barat, Doherty)|
|#7||2||March Of The Idle||03:50|
|#8||4||Run With the Boys||02:49||(Barat)|
|#13||2||Let it Rain||03:38|
|#14||5||Bang Bang You're Dead||03:38||(Barat)|
|#15||1||War of Roses||09:13||(Barat)|
|#17||8||I Get Along||03:39||(Barat, Doherty)|