The Libertines share heartfelt message on Facebook thanking fans on 'Can't Stand Me Now' anniversary

The Libertines share heartfelt message on Facebook thanking fans on ‘Can’t Stand Me Now’ anniversary

The Libertines have released a heartfelt statement on the 13th anniversary of their biggest hit ‘Can’t Stand Me Now

The song was released back in 2004 on 9th August and was the first single from the group’s self-titled second album. ‘Can’t Stand Me Now‘ proceeded to peak at Number Two on the UK singles chart and is still deemed a classic to this day.

Now, some 15 years later the band have shared a clip to their Facebook page with the caption: “13 years ago today we released ‘Can’t Stand Me Now’, a song about the rough seas you sometimes have to weather with the people you love. All these years later and we’re still fucking here, we’re still playing live and working on new songs. A big part of that is you guys and we love you for it. Thank you for last two decades and especially the last few years, letting us come back for another jig aboard the Good Ship Albion.”

They continued: “Plenty seas behind us, plenty seas ahead… see you when we break land soon.

Watch the clip and check out the post below.

The iconic rock group are currently preparing for a number of UK shows set to take place across a variety of the countries coastal towns. The string of gigs will take place during September and October as part of their ‘Tiddeley Om Pom Pom Tour’ and will include a headline show at By The Sea festival in Margate.

This week, they announced the dates of the upcoming shows, the support acts and rumoured the potential release of a forthcoming album. Drummer Gary Powell revealed to The Star, “the new album is due out in the spring next year.

Check out the festival dates below.


17 – Dunfermline Alhambra
18 – Inverness Ironworks
19 – Kilmarnock Grand Hall
22 – Blackpool Empress Ballroom 
23 – Hull Arena
25 – Plymouth Pavilions
26 – Scarborough Spa 
30 – Lowestoft Claremont Pier


1 – Margate By The Sea Festival (Margate Dreamland)
2- Brighton Brighton Centre

James Cooke

James has worked on the production side of the music industry for many years gaining releases on a number of record labels around the globe. Alongside James’ personal music projects he has trained as an illustrator, designer and a creative marketer. Taking on the role of marketing/editorial assistant at Music Crowns, James spends his days covering new and underground music creating content for our audiences through well thought out reviews and features.

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