Now that the whole 'Libertines reunion' is over and done with, it means taht their various members can return to their solo careers without being constantly plagued by 'So, when....?' questions.

That's the plan for Pete Doherty, at least, as the co-frontman is releasing a new album in December. It's called 'Hamburg Demonstrations' and is his first solo record since 2009's 'Grace/Wastelands'.

It'll be released on December 2nd and the tracklisting includes several songs that he's released as singles over the last few years, including 'Flags of the Old Regime', his tribute to Amy Winehouse.

Another song, 'Hell to Pay at the Gates of Heaven', was written after the terrorist attacks in Paris last November. Doherty is set to be one of the first acts to play the re-opened Bataclan venue this autumn.

Hear new track 'I Don't Love Anyone (But You're Not Just Anyone) below: