Advertisement

The Libertines’ Pete Doherty reveals new video for “I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)” — watch

In which the frontman is turned into a pretty painting

Advertisement
Advertisement

    Hamburg Demonstrations is the forthcoming solo album from Pete Doherty, expected to hit shelves on December 2nd via BMG/Clouds Hill. His first full-length since 2009 is being previewed today with a new music video for last month’s single “I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)”.

    Helmed by Italian art director Luca Monterosso Whitmann, the lovely clip features The Libertines frontman reimagined as moving illustrations (nicely produced by art student Celine Jennings). Drawings of an affectionate couple can also be seen behind him. “I am very proud and flattered to give my contribution to the creation of this beautiful project,” Whitmann said in an official statement. “Being able to work with Peter has been an amazing experience.”

    Check it out above. Hamburg Demonstrations follows the Libertines’ comeback album, 2015’s Anthems For Doomed Youth.

    Advertisement

    Hamburg Demonstrations Tracklist:
    01. Kolly Kibber
    02. Down For The Outing
    03. Birdcage
    04. Hell To Pay At The Gates Of Heaven
    05. Flags From The Old Regime
    06. I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone) v2
    07. A Spy In The House Of Love [Demo Vocals]
    08. Oily Boker
    09. I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)
    10. The Whole World Is Our Playground
    11. She Is Far

Advertisement