Story Of Our Generation” NME

“They were the band that put raw, unpolished rebellion back into British rock’n’roll and swept up an entire generation in their wake.” The Guardian

“The Libertines had something of the kitchen sink about them, something of Blake, something of the Clash, something of the Smiths, something of Dickens, something of the fin de siècle dandy… it was an intoxicating combination.” The Independent


In the late 1990s in the East London squat scene Peter Doherty and Carl Barat, two troubadours and dreamers, meet and bond over music and a common romanticism. They resolve to form a band with a name that reflects their attitude: The Libertines are born.

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