Pete Doherty debuts Amy Winehouse tribute track ‘Flags of the Old Regime’

Pete Doherty debuts Amy Winehouse tribute track 'Flags of the Old Regime'

The track will benefit the Amy Winehouse Foundation to discourage drug abuse in young people.

Pete “Peter” Doherty (he’s the new Andrew Cole - Ed) has released a new song, as debuted on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show earlier this evening (22nd January).

The track, titled ‘Flags of the Old Regime’, is a tribute to the late Amy Winehouse, with all proceeds going to benefit the Amy Winehouse Foundation to discourage drug abuse in young people.

Released on March 9th via Walk Tall Recordings, the single features Babyshambles bandmate Drew McConnell, Jamie Morrison, Stephen Large and producer Stephen Street.

Doherty has currently been recording a new album with The Libertines. Stream ‘Flags of the Old Regime’ below.


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