All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade, The Libertines’ first new album in nine years, is released on 8th March ’24 through EMI and is available to preorder here:

All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade features eleven new Libertines songs and was produced by Grammy-nominated producer Dimitri Tikovoï (The Horrors/Charli XCX/Becky Hill) and recorded at The Albion Rooms in Margate. Recorded in just four weeks earlier this year during February and March and finished over seven days at La Ferme de Gestein Studios in Normandy, with additional production and mixed by Dan Grech-Marguerat (Lana Del Rey/Liam Gallagher/Paul McCartney).

All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade will be available on CD, deluxe CD, 12” vinyl in limited edition coloured variants, deluxe double vinyl cassette and digital download. The band have released three albums: Up The Bracket (2002); The Libertines (2004); and Anthems For Doomed Youth (2015).

The Libertines play the following club shows in January and February, all of which sold out within minutes of going on sale.

23rd TUE Stockton Arc
24th Wed Liverpool Cavern Club
25th THU Milton Keynes MK11
27th SAT Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
28th SUN Derby Hairy Dog

11th SUN Falmouth Pavilions
12th Mon Southampton Engine Room
14th WED Stoke Underground
15th THU Leeds The Wardrobe
16th FRI Glasgow Oran Mor

The Libertines, an English rock band formed in 1997, achieved prominence in the early 2000s with their raw and energetic sound. The band’s chaotic and tumultuous journey, marked by substance abuse and internal conflicts, mirrored their rebellious ethos. Their debut album, “Up the Bracket” (2002), garnered critical acclaim for its passionate lyrics and infectious energy. Despite facing numerous setbacks, including Doherty’s legal troubles, The Libertines’ impact on the British music scene endures, and their legacy remains synonymous with the tumultuous spirit of indie rock.

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