Up The Bracket is twenty years old. Released in October 2002, the Libertines' first album, produced (very little) by Mick Jones of the Clash, had the desired effect: that of a punch with a shattering impact on rock music, delivered by a duo of songwriters with an indissoluble bond, who were to keep pulling on the rope until it broke. This record was also and above all a manifesto, a quest for a frenetic desire for freedom and adventure, brimming with romanticism and morgue. Since then, the pieces have been put back together, with Peter Doherty (vocals/guitar), Carl Barât (vocals/guitar), Gary Powell (drums) and John Hassall (bass) playing without breakage and without fail. The legendary Up The Bracket will be blowing out its candles on stage, in an international tour that will pass through Paris (Zénith) on 24 October.
Nominal value per ticket (excluding booking fees) From 55.00 to 71.50 euros.
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