“The debut album from this British band led by former Libertines guitarist/vocalist Carl Barat picks up where the Libertines left off, with an invigorating set of ramshackle punk-pop spiked with catchy hooks. While the soundâ€™s a bit more streamlined and polished, it contains clear echoes of the Libertines, along with musical predecessors like the Clash and the Jam. Barat aims a number of venomous lyrics at his former musical partner Pete Doherty, but itâ€™s the spiky riffs that hit hardest.” – Don Yates
Stream four songs from the new record Waterloo To Anywhere at the band’s MySpace page, and check out this video…
Deadwood – (WMV)
No Seattle dates yet, but Dirty Pretty Things are playing a string of dates in Chicago, Boston, and New York starting this Friday, August 11.