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The Libertines in rehearsal, 2010.

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your-sacrilege-masta:

Pete, age 17.

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Another anon request (x)

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The Libertines @ Optimus alive

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(x)

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“Opening with ‘The Delaney’, the band kicked off a 24-song set, which also featured impromptu sung snippets of ‘Jolly Holiday’ from Mary Poppins and Otis Redding’s ‘(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay’, courtesy of Doherty, who changed the lyrics of the former to “It’s a jolly holiday with Carlos…” and “When Carlos joins your band”, instead of “When Mary holds your hand”.” — NME Review of Libertines at Optimus Live (via quietnowherebesideyou)

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(x)

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Close-up version of Suicide in the Trenches (x)

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“We smashed our faces in and went to prison for our art.” —

Carl Barât (x)

(This quote is so painful yet poignant, because Peter’s prison sentence & Carl’s face smashing incident are undoubtedly two of the most heartbreaking moments in the history of The Libertines. Yet now, years on, Carl refers to these two turning points as part of the process, of creating their art. Water under the bridge and all that. To me, declaring something like that is a very beautiful thing indeed.) 

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