Winston, you’ve been staring at this girl for 5 minutes. Please tell me you’re checking her out, otherwise you’re a serial killer, which would explain a lot.


this coat was a gr8 idea


They played a gig in their own house. They advertised it on the Internet and said come tomorrow, we’re playing a gig at our house. This was actually after they played Astoria. Two thousand people at Astoria, they came and advertised it. Nobody believed them. Why would anybody play a gig at their own house? That’s insane. Of course, the cops rolled in and broke it up. But, you know what, even that was turned into a magnificent gesture. Because as the police are running up the stairs, Pete looks at Carl, Carl looks at Pete, and they start singing “Guns of Brixton” by The Clash. This was not about marketing. This wasn’t about the Britpop style of you pose, you get up on stage, you sneer a bit and then you’re done. This was genuine.

- Anthony Thornton [x]


Pete doherty called me pretty and stroked my face and I just stood there in awe and said “what?” And he repeated it
I was covered in other people’s sweat and beer and looked an all over shambles (after the libertines first gig in years, understandable) and he had my phone in his hands looking at the photo of us from last year zooming in and out and AWWWWGH PETER luv u

  • the libertines: hey guys we have an announcement for you!!
  • fandom: we know

channeling my inner 1977 original punk by dancing 2 the clash 


treat other ladies like leslie knope treats ann perkins