The Libertines is to talk about a life in the movies and a band that fulfils all the requirements and clichés for rock stars. But to talk about The Libertines is to talk about music history.

The libertines they were one of the standard-bearers of the garage-rock and post-punk comeback of the early 2000s, and songs like “Cant Stand Me Now” and “Don’t Look Back Into The Sun” have become part of the collective memory of an entire generation.
That year marks the 20th anniversary of their first studio album, “Up The Bracket”, produced by Mick Jones of The Clash. But instead of looking to the past, they are looking to the future with more enthusiasm than ever, and after 7 years of recording silence, they are in Jamaica finishing their long-awaited fourth album.

The Libertines are back on the road with more strength and energy than ever.