The Libertines reunited over the weekend for a high energy show in Glasgow, as warm up for their massive reunion show at Hyde Park next weekend.  The band, Pete Doherty, Carl Barat, bass player Josh Hassall and drummer Gary Powell, played to a packed crowd at the Barrowlands, performing a greatest hits set from the band's turbulent time together.

The LibertinesPete Doherty [L] and Carl Barat [R] performing as The Libertines at the Forum in 2010 [Photo: Getty images, credit: Ian Gavan]

Keeping on stage chat to a minimum, the Londoners ripped through a 25 song set which included just about every Libertines single. The band opened with the raucous 'Horrorshow,' before hurtling into 'Vertigo' and fan favorite 'What Became of the Likely Lads?'

"We make our full live return with the first of two shows in Glasgow, warming up for the big one in Hyde Park next Saturday," said the statement on the band's Facebook page, before the first Scottish show. "We've been on quite a journey getting to this point, and where we go from here - who knows. What's a safe bet though, is that the next few weeks are going to be truly memorable. The first show in Scotland with all four of us in ten years... and then our biggest ever headline performance in London. Incredible."

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The full Libertines Glasgow set was as followed:


'The Delaney'


'What Became Of The Likely Lads'

'The Saga'

'Last Post On The Bugle'

'The Ha Ha Wall'

'Don't Look Back Into The Sun'

'The Boy Looked At Johnny'

'Death On The Stairs'

'Boys In The Band'

'Campaign Of Hate'


'Time For Heroes'

'Love On The Dole'

'Music When The Lights Go Out'

'What A Waster'

'Radio America'

'Up The Bracket'

'The Good Old Days'

'What Katie Did'


'I Get Along'

'Can't Stand Me Now'

'Tell The King'