The Libertines rose to fame in 2002 following the release of debut album Up The Bracket. The same year saw them named best new band at the NME Awards and bag support slots with Morrissey and the Sex Pistols. In 2004, the band released follow-up record The Libertines. The album topped the UK chart, but Barât’s refusal to continue alongside former best buddy Doherty brought the curtain crashing down on the controversial four-piece. They finally reunited at Reading & Leeds in 2010.

As they put the finishing touches to their fourth album, the band visit Birmingham on their first headline tour in over two years. Expect to hear favourites such as What A Waster, Can’t Stand Me Now and Don’t Look Back Into The Sun.

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