Pour retrouver son son si particulier, n'hésitez pas à visiter son myspace ou à visionner les vidéos d'un concert donné le 15 avril dernier, dont voici les liens : Broken, Es and As/Bounce, Walk on by
Vous pourrez noter au passage que le guitariste à l'apparence cadavérique a bien changé depuis son départ précipité et son remplacement par Mik Whitnall.
De plus, découvrez ci-dessous, un extrait d'une interview donné par Peter Doherty au magasine Nylon où l'on découvre pourquoi Peter fut heureux lorsque le juge lui infligea une peine de deux ans de prison en avril dernier.
On his newly clean routine:
“I'm not just staggering around... I haven't just thrown it out there and hoped for the best. I'm following it really closely.”
On the new album, Grace / Wastelands:
“There's more effort gone into making them complete as songs, rather than just knocking out streams of consciousness that might sound intriguing or happen to rhyme... I wasn't hiding behind dirty guitars.”
The best part of going to jail:
“The only good thing about going to prison last April was that I didn't have to do the Royal Albert Hall gig. Even as the sentence was passed, and [the judge] said 'two months' or whatever it was, I was thinking, Thank God, I don't have to do that. Obviously when I came out, it had been rescheduled.”
And about that infamous gig:
“I had it in my head that I was going to be playing to stately families in boxes, staring at me down opera glasses, saying 'Oh dear, what is that young man blabbering about?'... No [it wasn't like that], there was a bloody stage invasion. I had to disguise myself in a fireman's hat, or else I was going to get squished.”