The Libertines announce new album, world takes the piss
Anthems for Doomed Youth is released Sep 4 on Harvest Records
After a blistering surprise set at Glastonbury, filling Florence + the Machine’s original spot and making it incredibly different for Flo et al to follow, The Libertines have announced their first album in 11 years.
The group announced Anthems for Doomed Youth, their third album, following 2002’s debut Up the Bracket and 2004’s The Libertines, via Facebook.
Reactions have been, er, mixed …
Great photo of Carl Barat and Pete Doherty from The Libertines back in the late 90's pic.twitter.com/3mEJOJodCC— Charlie Condou (@Charliecondou) June 27, 2015
Just seen the title of the new Libertines album. I suppose it explains Doherty's new look: pic.twitter.com/nf2WIXsYvH— Nick Pettigrew (@Nick_Pettigrew) July 2, 2015
The Libertines named their new album 'Anthems for Doomed Youth', meaning I don't even have to listen out of curiosity to know how bad it is.— Melody Now Son (@melodynowson) July 2, 2015
Seeing Pete Docherty on stage reminded me of this John Cooper Clarke poem http://t.co/J0QwRp9ImP— Rhiannon L Cosslett (@rhiannonlucyc) June 28, 2015
The Libertines play a surprise gig in a walnut. #surprise— John Dredge (@johndredge) July 2, 2015
The album’s full track listing is below
'Fame and Fortune'
'Anthem for Doomed Youth'
'Heart of the Matter'
'Belly of the Beast'
'You're My Waterloo'
'Fury of Chonburi'
'The Milkman's Horse'
'Glasgow Coma Scale Blues'
'Dead for Love'
'Love on the Dole' (Bonus track)
'Bucket Shop' (Bonus track)
'Lust of the Libertines' (Bonus track)
'7 Deadly Sins' (Bonus track)
Anthems for Doomed Youth is released on Harvest Records on 4 Sep