The Libertines will reform sooner or later

THE LIBERTINES have not split up for good and will reform in the future.

Babyshamble drummer Adam Ficek said it was only a 'matter of time' before the band reunited.

He spoke just days after Carl Barat, Pete Doherty and Gary Powell reunited on stage at London's Rhythm Factory for a one off show last week.

He told BBC 6 Music: "I'm sure they'll get together at some point. I think they should make people wait and make people really want them."

The Libertines split in 2004 after personal problems between Barat and Doherty, reportedly caused by Doherty's growing drug addiction.

Ficek added: "Obviously there is a lot of history between them both but I don’t really get involved with personal relationships and take sides.

"I just let them get on with it. They put on a great show at the Rhythm Factory so who knows."

He also revealed that Babyshambles are well on their way with recording their new album.

He explained: "We're in the studio, in and out in between Pete's solo shows and festival dates. We're just getting together new songs for the next album."

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