Posts Tagged ‘The Libertines’

NEWS: The Libertines confirm headline UK tour for January 2016!

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British indie rock favourites The Libertines have just confirmed dates of a headline tour across the UK in January to kick off their 2016, which will be in promotion of their new album, ‘Anthems For The Damned Youth’. You can find all dates of the tour listed below:

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NEWS: The Libertines confirm third album, ‘Anthems For Doomed Youth’, out September 11th 2015!

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British indie rock favourites The Libertines have just confirmed details of their eagerly awaited third album, ‘Anthems For Doomed Youth’, which is set for release on September 11th 2015 through Virgin EMI Records. You can take a look at the album artwork and full tracklisting below:

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NEWS: Reading/Leeds Festivals confirm new acts for 2015, including Bring Me The Horizon, Mastodon, Limp Bizkit, Cancer Bats and more!

The ever popular Reading/Leeds Festival weekend have now confirmed another handful of names to join this year’s line-up, including Bring Me The Horizon, Mastodon, Limp Bizkit and newly announced headliner, The Libertines. You can see all the new names listed below:

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LIVE: Leeds Festival 2010 @ Braham Park, Leeds (27/08/2010) – (29/08/2010)

Date: August 27th – 29th, 2010
Venue: Bramham Park, Leeds
MySpace: None available
Website: www.leedsfestival.com

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One of the UK’s biggest and most popular festival weekends, Reading/Leeds festival hosts hundreds of acts from pop to metal across an array of stages for three days. Combine mud, overly priced burgers and hot dogs with some amazing bands from across the world and you’ve got an awesome weekend ahead of you. We managed to review some of the bands at the festivals secondary site in Leeds, and here’s what we thought:

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SPOTIFY: Reading/Leeds Festival 2010 playlist!

Did everyone who went to Reading and Leeds festival this year have a good time? We’re sure being back at home may be more comfy and warm but not as fun as your weekend just was, but it’s not all bad. We’ve made a playlist for all of you to relive your experience, shoving all the best artists into one chain of 37 tracks of bands and acts who played across the festival weekend. Of course not every single band that played over the weekend is on the playlist, that’d be silly and some of them were a bit rubbish. We just shoved on those that we cover on the site and think you’d appreciate the most.

If you’re a Spotify user check it out and let us know what you think of it:
Reading/Leeds Festival 2010 playlist

Festival goers enjoy, and those who didn’t go just shove this on really loud and pretend you were there. Maybe bring some mud and grass in from outside, pitch a tent in your living room, wear some wellies and drink and dance lots!

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