Libertines stars Pete Doherty and Carl Barat, who reunited on stage in London last night, have spoken about their future.
The pair performed three of the band's most famous tracks – 'Horror show', 'Time For Heroes' and 'Don't Look Back Into The Sun' – during an impromptu set.
The gig at the Prince of Wales pub had originally been billed as a solo show from Doherty but Barat arrived to join the Babyshambles singer.
Speaking the MTV following their set, both performers gave a cryptic explanation as to what the future might hold in store for the Libertines.
Reffering to a new tatoo, Barat said: “Look I’ve got it here, ‘let’s put our futures behind us’, I thought that was pretty clever”.
To which Doherty replied: “Mmmnn. A bit complicated though.”
You can see exclusive shots from their tonight below.