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- Rock Band The Libertines have disclosed at NME awards is that, they are continuing to work on new music in 2020.
- They will also continuing the development of their hotel and band HQ in Margate.
- Their last album was 2015’s ‘Anthems For Doomed Youth’, say that work continues on its anticipated follow-up.
- At the NME Awards 2020, Carl Barât said: “We’re making music. We’re making lots of music, but I’ve been busy.”
- Barât explained that progress on the album’s follow-up has been somewhat halted by work on The Albion Rooms – the band’s HQ and hotel
Full Article –
The Libertines‘ Gary Powell and Carl Barât reflect on their history with NME at the NME Awards 2020.
Gary and Carl discuss potential new music from The Libertines and The Albion Rooms, the gothic-styled Libertines hotel in Margate. At the NME Awards 2020, Carl Barât said: “We’re making music. We’re making lots of music, but I’ve been busy.”
“We’ve got a studio, a record label, two bars, a hotel, and an industry. I’ve been working hard on it, but now it’s time to get in there and make a record.”
The Libertines are an English rock band, formed in London in 1997 by frontmen Carl Barât and Pete Doherty. The band, centered on the songwriting partnership of Barât and Doherty, has also included John Hassall and Gary Powell for most of its recording career.
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