Pete Doherty Announces New Solo Album ‘Hamburg Demonstrations’, Shares First Single
Written by Zana Rose on 29th September, 2016
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Pete Doherty has just released a new single called I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone), from a forthcoming album titled Hamburg Demonstrations, which is due for release on 2nd December.
The track (below) is a stripped-back affair, and the album also features a song about the terrorist attacks which took place in Paris last November, called Hell To Pay At The Gates Of Heaven. It also includes a new recording of the Amy Winehouse tribute track Flags Of The Old Regime, retitled as Flags From The Old Regime.
Hamburg Demonstrations was produced, recorded, and mixed at Clouds Hill Recordings in Hamburg by Johann Scheerer, and that’s where Doherty based himself for the six months that the album took to make.
This is Doherty’s second solo album, following his debut Grace/Wastelands, which was released in 2009. Since then, he has also released three records with The Libertines, and three with Babyshambles.
Hamburg Demonstrations is available to pre-order now here, along with I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone) plus another album track, The Whole World Is Our Playground.
Catch Doherty’s new single, plus the full album track list, below.
Listen: Pete Doherty – ‘I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)’
‘Hamburg Demonstrations’ tracklist:
1. Kolly Kibber
2. Down For The Outing
4. Hell To Pay At The Gates Of Heaven
5. Flags From The Old Regime
6. I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone) V2
7. A Spy In The House Of Love (Demo Vocals)
8. Oily Boker
9. I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)
10. The Whole World Is Our Playground
11. She Is Far