The Libertines Share Video For ‘Gunga Din’

First Track From New Album Anthems For Doomed Youth

Earlier on today, The Libertines announced their first album in over ten years. Titled, Anthems For Doomed Youth, the album is due for release on September 4th via Harvest. Now, they’ve shared the video for the track ‘Gunga Din’; the track was previously shared on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show.

The video sees the group wandering the streets of Thailand’s red light district, while Pete Doherty angrily laments his lost years to drug addiction. It also seems like that the song is named for the Rudyard Kipling poem of the same name first published in 1892. That poem celebrates the bravery of an Indian man as he saves a British soldier.

WAtch the video for the track above, or listen to the track below:

Anthems for Doomed Youth artwork:

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Anthems for Doomed Youth:

01 Barbarians
02 Gunga Din
03 Fame and Fortune
04 Anthem for Doomed Youth
05 Heart of the Matter
06 Belly of the Beast
07 Iceman
08 You’re My Waterloo
09 Fury of Chonburi
10 The Milkman’s Horse
11 Glasgow Coma Scale Blues
12 Dead for Love
13 Love on the Dole [Bonus]
14 Bucket Shop [Bonus]
15 Lust of the Libertines [Bonus]
16 7 Deadly Sins [Bonus]

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