Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Listen :: Peter Doherty shares new single, 'I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)’ ahead of December album
Words: Sam Geary
Peter Doherty has announced his new solo album, 'Hamburg Demonstrations', will be released on December 2 via BMG/Clouds Hill. The album is available to preorder now with first single ‘I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)’ along with ‘The Whole World Is Our Playground’ available as instant grats.
‘Hamburg Demonstrations’ was produced, recorded and mixed by Johann Scheerer (Faust/Bosnian Rainbows) at Clouds Hill Recordings in Hamburg, where Peter had always wanted to record. He was referred to Clouds Hill Recordings and turned up on their doorstep unannounced the next day. He fell in love with the studio and based himself there for the next six months.
The album will include a new recording of the Amy Winehouse tribute ‘Flags Of The Old Regime’ (now called ‘Flags From The Old Regime’), along with ’Hell To Pay At The Gates Of Heaven’, a song written after the Paris attacks last November, and ’Kolly Kibber’, a track inspired by Kolley Kibber, the newspaper man who meets a sticky end at the beginning of ‘Brighton Rock'.
Down For The Outing
Hell To Pay At The Gates Of Heaven
Flags From The Old Regime
I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone) V2
A Spy In The House Of Love
I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)
The Whole World Is Our Playground
She is Far
Peter will be touring Mexico, Chile, Brazil and Argentina with the Libertines in October, before heading out on his own for eight shows in France:
16 Paris - Le Bataclan SOLD OUT
17 Paris - Le Bataclan
18 Toulouse - Le Bikini
19 Marseille - L’Usine, Isters
21 Clermont/Ferrand - La Coopérative de Mai
22 Lyon - Le Transbordeur
24 Caen - Le Cargo
25 Nantes - Stereolux