Watch: The Libertines share new video for ‘You’re My Waterloo’
Their Odessa studio rarity re-surfaced this year on new record ‘Anthems For Doomed Youth’.
The Libertines have shared the video for ‘You’re My Waterloo’. Taken from their recent album ‘Anthems For Doomed Youth,’ the song has cropped up occasionally at live shows since their Odessa studio recordings session over a decade ago. The video, directed by Roger Sargent and Carl Barât, stars Marama Corlett, and Freddie Highmore from Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
The black and white visual follows the pair around Waterloo at night, visiting empty hotels, the bank of the Thames, and a deserted street in Wapping. According to co-director Roger Sargent “I wanted it to hold a mirror up to Peter and Carl’s relationship, but with more purity and beauty than is usually portrayed.”
Watch the video for ‘You’re My Waterloo’ below.
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