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Pete Doherty is still out here doing his thing, with another new band behind him, The Puta Madres. This self-titled pseudo-debut features all your favourite Doherty stylings, with love and loss and darkness all expressed through Pete’s cheeky-chappy doomed-romantic persona. Available via Strap Originals, in a whole bevy of formats.

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Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres by Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres
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3/10 Clinton 24 April 2019

Peter Doherty, in the Libertines (half a good song in 2002), ate a really really big breakfast in 2018. That's about it. Proclaimed a 'genius' by blithering idiots and now setting out to prove that moniker with an album which runs out of ideas after precisely 24 seconds. From thereon it's a sort of comedy farce  - a tumbling chaotic thing of ramshackle half formed ideas topped off by a voice that sits in the exact midpoint between wasted and bored. 

It's so slow  - these are churning, unbearably slovenly songs with lyrics made up seemingly on the spot. "polar bears, glaciers and fountains, paradise is under your nose" he sings on Paradise Is Under Your Nose. The songs have all the qualities of your local street busker, the 'incredible backlash' of art and music Doherty claims will happen post Brexit isn't here. Instead we get a kind of little England rock. Music so self contained and self obsessed that it is unable to look out of its ever decreasing circles.   

If we want to truly save the planet then a start would be to prevent records like this being released.    


10/10 Brigitte Customer rating (no review), 14th May 2019

VIDEO

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