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Carl Barat hints at Libertines reunion

Libertines man Carl Barat has suggested that the band could be set to reform in the near future.

The combustible band, lead by Barat and Pete Doherty, last reformed in 2010, playing the Reading and Leeds festivals.

However, speaking to NME, Barat hinted that another reunion could be on its way, adding that himself and Doherty regularly meet up. He said:

"I'm always out with Pete. Just sometimes I'm out with Pete in a visible place and other times not. We had a good chat and we're both getting on fine. We're both doing different things, [but] I'm sure at some point we'll pick up where we left off when it's needed."

During the summer last year, Barat posted a photo of the pair on Twitter, hinting that any suggestion of a frosty relationship between the duo was wide of the mark.




Watch the video for Libertines' 'Don't Look Back Into The Sun' below: