WATCH: New Pete Doherty video

His song for Amy Winehouse gets a sombre black and white treatment.

Libertines fever is building ahead of their summer shows and prospective third album but Pete Doherty recently flew solo to honour a late friend of his.

'Flags Of The Old Regime' is the newly-clean Doherty's tribute to Amy Winehouse and all proceeds from it will go to the Amy Winehouse Foundation, a charity which helps youngsters struggling with alcohol and drug misuse.

Former Babyshambles bassist Drew McConnell plays on the track, with Jamie Morrison, Stephen Large and producer Stephen Street also chipping in.

The meditative video is now with us. Give it a watch and purchase the track (out March 6) if you like what you hear.


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