The Libertines: “France” from The Libertines

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About “France”

“France” is a hidden song by The Libertines from their album The Libertines.

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About The Libertines

Released in 2004, The Libertines’ self-titled second album is a raw and energetic masterpiece that marked the band’s peak and a significant moment in the British indie rock movement. The album features the signature songwriting style of co-frontmen Pete Doherty and Carl Barat, blending punk, garage rock, and poetry in a way that is both chaotic and poetic. The record opens with the anthemic track “Can’t Stand Me Now”, which tells the story of the turbulent relationship between Doherty and Barat, setting the tone for the album’s introspective lyrics and gritty guitar riffs.

Despite the troubled recording process, marked by Doherty’s ongoing drug addiction and legal issues, The Libertines managed to create a raw, authentic and memorable work that helped define a generation of British rock. With its iconic cover art and cult following, The Libertines has become a landmark of the indie rock scene, a must-have for any fan of the genre.

How to find “France”

On CD: Begins at 3:29 of track #14 (“What Became of the Likely Lads”)

Listen to “France”

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