Category: the libertines

lovablelie: The Libertines, Freedom gig, Tap‘n…

lovablelie:

The Libertines, Freedom gig, Tap‘n’Tin, Chatham. 2003

Happy birthday to Mick Jones! 

Happy birthday to Mick Jones! 

26/6/1955

orchidsonthewindowsill: I love their dynamic …

orchidsonthewindowsill:

I love their dynamic here. That little “good boy” pat on the head.

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Bonus gif of a satisfied Carl:

missoneminute:Dear anon, you’ve stumbled acros…

missoneminute:

Dear anon, you’ve stumbled across something I’ve never noticed. No idea how I missed the phrase below the love heart but lordy there it is. I am sure others noticed it in the past, it just slid by me. Yep, it definitely says that, and yep they’re happily standing there posing in front of it. Those wondering about the term written on the wall, it’s explained here. I imagine they found it amusing, wonder who wrote it?

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“Pete is joined on stage by his erstwhile bandmate/soulmate/housemate/best mate, Carl Barat. They…”

“Pete is joined on stage by his erstwhile bandmate/soulmate/housemate/best mate, Carl Barat. They play Libertines songs. They share a microphone. They flirt. Their sweats knit together to form a sweater. And in that moment, as they gaze into each other’s eyes, wailing out the chorus of Don’t Look Back Into The Sun, the penny drops. As you look around, you realise that everyone in the room is thinking the same thing. That for all his faults (and of those there are aplenty), there is something there. Something special. And that in a strange way, Pete is a national treasure. We need him, just like we need Cliff Richard singing at Wimbledon. Because without him, England would be just a little bit more bland. God bless you Pete Doherty. If there is a God.”

Disappear Here Magazine, 2008 (via quietnowherebesideyou)

ohsososophisticated: Yeah Carl, give us an example.

ohsososophisticated:

Yeah Carl, give us an example.

“When you’re young you tend to glorify the destruction of the body through pleasure and the…”

“When you’re young you tend to glorify the destruction of the body through pleasure and the destruction of the soul through love.”

Peter Doherty (via sersmoiunevodka)

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