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English band The Libertines have announced that they will be releasing their first new album in 11 years. The new album has been titled Anthems For Doomed Youth, and it will be released on September 4th, 2015, on the label, Harvest Records.

Anthems For Doomed Youth is the long awaited follow-up to the band’s self titled album, which came out in 2004, according to Pitchfork.

The BBC Radio 1 program Annie Mac exclusively premiered “Gunga Din,” the first single – and first music video – from this yet-to-be-released record by The Libertines.

Roger Sargent directed the music video for “Gunga Din.” The video was filmed on location on Walking Street in Pattaya, Thailand, according to a press release. Walking Street is a red-light district that has become a hub of nightlife activity for foreign visitors and Thai nationals, alike, as the street and surrounding areas feature restaurants, sports and beer bars, live music venues, go-go bars, and discotheques.

Check out “Gunga Din”, below.


Anthems for Doomed Youth Tracklisting:

01 Barbarians
02 Gunga Din
03 Fame and Fortune
04 Anthem for Doomed Youth
05 Heart of the Matter
06 Belly of the Beast
07 Iceman
08 You’re My Waterloo
09 Fury of Chonburi
10 The Milkman’s Horse
11 Glasgow Coma Scale Blues
12 Dead for Love
13 Love on the Dole [Bonus] 14 Bucket Shop [Bonus] 15 Lust of the Libertines [Bonus] 16 7 Deadly Sins [Bonus]