The Libertines' Anthems For Doomed Youth 2016 UK arena tour just got a little bigger, with the band announcing some pretty massive support acts. Full details and ticket details are below.
Having released one of the finest new albums of 2015 and heralding new classics 'Heart Of The Matter' and 'Gunga Din', Pete, Carl, Gary and John will be following up their huge summer of headlining the likes of Reading + Leeds with their biggest UK tour to date.
Now, they've revealed that some pretty exciting names will be supporting them - get ready for opening sets from Blossoms, The View, Sleaford Mods, The Enemy, Reverend & The Makers and The Sherlocks.
The Libertines' full upcoming tour dates with details of who's supporting where are below - tickets and more information are available here.
Thursday 2 January - Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena (The View/ Reverend and The Makers)
Saturday 23January - Manchester Arena (Blossoms/ Reverend and the Makers)
Monday 25 January - Nottingham Arena (Sleaford Mods/ Reverend and the Makers)
Tuesday 26 January - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (The Enemy / The Sherlocks)
Wednesday 27 January - Birmingham Barclaycard Arena (The Enemy / The Sherlocks)
Friday 29 January - Bournemouth BIC (The Enemy / The Sherlocks)
Saturday 30 January - London The O2 (Sleaford Mods/ The Enemy)
Watch Blossoms perform 'Charlemagne' for Gigwise below
"We have actually spoken in length about the possibilities of moving forwards," drummer Gary Powell told Gigwise. "We spoke it in Thailand. I remember Pete said 'I'd love to do another album'."
He continued: "Pete's got bits of material floating around that he would love to delve into. Because we're better individuals now, within the same main frame, John's got stuff he wants to do, Carl's got stuff he wants to do, I've got stuff we want to do and at some stage we do want to start compiling all of that stuff. There's stuff that was done previously in The Libertines' previous incarnation that the guys would really, really like to explore and see what we can actually do with that. There's lots of variations on the theme going on, regarding the new incarnation of where we would actually like to go next."
Watch our Libertines documentary below