Pete Doherty Reveals Video For Amy Winehouse Tribute Song Flags Of The Old Regime

20 February 2015, 11:04 | Updated: 27 February 2015, 15:07

Peter Doherty - Flags of the Old Regime [official video]


All proceeds from the single will go to charity the Amy Winehouse foundation.

Pete Doherty has unveiled a video for his Amy Winehouse tribute track Flags Of The Old Regime. The video, all shot in black & white, was filmed in Thailand where Pete was in a rehabilitation clinic.

Flags Of The Old Regime has been written as a tribute to the late Amy Winehouse, with proceeds going to charity the Amy Winehouse Foundation. The charity works to prevent alcohol and drug abuse in young people. You can learn more about the Amy Winehouse Foundation here.

The song was originally uploaded via The Libertines official Facebook page (where the band make the majority of their announcements) with the message "really great that Peter is doing this for such a worthy cause... love, life and music helps us grow and keeps us happy. You can do anything if you put your mind to it. Please buy the single when it's available! Carl, John and Gary x"

The track is officially released on 9 March.

The Libertines are reported to be recording a new album in Thailand, after news that they signed to Virgin EMI. The album is expected by the end of the year.

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