Popular tabloids the country over have reported that The Libertines may reform at this weekend's Glastonbury Festival. Our tip if you're going: take a rowing boat.
The Daily Mirror, for one, has reported that core Libertines Pete Doherty and Carl Barat - recently inspired following their collaboration on a Beatles covers album - are in negotiations to appear on the festival's acoustic stage at some point of the weekend. Both Babyshambles and Dirty Pretty Things are booked to play Glastonbury, so the necessary pieces of the Libertines puzzle will be on site.
A shady-sounding insider told the red-top: “The lads have been talking about it for months. Although they’ve got their own bands now, neither has had anything like the acclaim The Libertines had. Pete and Carl are still arguing about what they’re going to perform – but whatever they settle on it will be incredible.”
If it happens, let us know how it goes, yeah? We'll be keeping dry indoors, thanks. (Not going to Glasto? Come to this!)