Originally released in October 2002, The Libertines have announced that they’ll be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album ‘Up The Bracket’ with a show at London’s OVO Arena Wembley on 23rd July, and a special deluxe edition of the record on the 21st October.
Featuring 65 previously unreleased recordings including many original demos, radio sessions and live recordings, the deluxe LP will also include a live recording from the 100 Club in 2002, a 60 page book with a foreword by Matt Wilkinson, new interviews with the band by Anthony Thornton and many unseen photos and memorabilia.
The live show next month will feature support from The Cribs and The Paddingtons, as well as Louis Dunford and DJ Amazonica.
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