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Articles Tagged 'Carl Barat'

Music Roundup: Are the Libertines Are Over?

In the new issue of NME, Carl Barat reveals that the future of The Libertines isn’t looking too bright. Barat tells the magazine that while he and longtime bandmate Pete Doherty are in touch via sporadic phone calls, they are far from being on the same page. And the fact that Doherty was a no-show […]

Beyonce Confirmed for Glastonbury, Libertines Still a Question Mark

In this week’s music roundup, we highlighted reports that Beyoncé would follow in her husband Jay-Z‘s footsteps and headline Britain’s biggest music festival. But, as BBC News reports, today (February 11) she and her record company made it official. The “Single Ladies” singer will indeed bring her buoyant live show to Glastonbury this summer. “I’m […]

Anglo For Your Ear: The Libertines’ “The Boy Looked At Johnny”

Not the best Libs song, but “The Boy Looked at Johnny” is probably the most fun with its pub singalong chorus (“La dee die, la dee die, la deedy). The ’77-esque abandon of this song surely inspired everyone from Kaiser Chiefs to Hard-Fi. Pete Doherty has rarely sounded more sloshed, which is really saying something. […]