Photo: Eloise Porteous
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.