The Libertines & Pete Doherty on NME Icon T Shirts

Anyone even slightly into listening to indie punk rock music will be a fan of the Libertines and now they’re disbanded there’s even more reason to gets your hands on some merchandise.


The Libertines had a rocky career even from their humble beginnings and now that the band have split up and gone their own ways, owning one of their NME icons t shirts is a must. Carl Barat and Pete Doherty’s tumultuous relationship while members of the Libertines are much documented. There were many break ups, reunions, fights, and talks of reforming the band together although much of this was cryptic and didn’t develop into anything solid. The latest possible reunion rumours are of a summer festival appearance in Leeds so make sure you get your Libertines NME icons t shirts in time!


The Music of the Libertines So Far - NME Icons T Shirts

The four band members of the Libertines were Carl Barat, Pete Doherty, Tom Matheou, Gary Powell and John Hassall, although this changed several times over the years, and the music they produced an off-the-wall post punk revivalist mix of garage and indie rock. Having signed up to Rough Trade for a deal in 2001 They managed to impress the heads of Rough Trade after playing a showcase of recent songs they’d written specially with the intention to secure the recording contract, and the rest, as they say is history.


Footasylum Offers NME Icons T Shirts

Foot Asylum is very pleased to be able to offer several official NME icons t shirts featuring bands like The Libertines, Joy Division and Kurt Cobain. NME is a cult monthly music magazine that features the best band of that time on their monthly covers. Order Libertines NME icons t shirts and have it delivered direct to one of our many high street stores. We also stock NME icons t shirts at a variety of our shops.