In an interview with NME, Carl Barat talked about headlining Reading Festival and what is different today in 2015.
Barat said:"In 2010, we didn’t know what we were doing. We willingly had cameras put in our faces for the whole process and were just guided along to the stage really. It was a bit confusing. We needed to gel together again, and we hadn’t really. We were like rabbits in the headlights. In some ways, it was good because it kickstarted the chain of events that’s led to where we are now. What’s different? The band are all friends and I feel like we’re growing together, I suppose instead of just being thrown together. It’s like a body accepting a donor organ or something. We know it’s not going to reject it."
In other news, The Libertines stream two new tracks.
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