Sunday, December 12, 2004

Shamblin' In Ireland

NME Reports:

BABYSHAMBLES kicked off their brief December tour of Ireland and the UK with a manic show in BELFAST last night (December 11). The band tore through a 12 song set at the Limelight club with none of the problems, late shows or histrionics of previous dates. The most notable part of the gig was the variety of bits and pieces fired at singer Pete Doherty from the crowd – including socks, gloves, bras, scarves and a rubber glove. At one point Doherty started to tell the crowd how close the band had been to missing to show, but the story turned into an incomprehensible mumble about lying on a bunk on the tourbus. The best reception of the night came for the group's latest single 'Killamangiro', though their version of The Libertines' 'What Katie Did' was also welcomed. Babyshambles move on to The Village venue in Dublin tonight (December 12). The rest of the tour will visit London Forum (December 13), Glasgow Barrowlands (14), Blackpool Empress Ballroom(15), and the Sheffield Leadmill (16).

Not much else to report, except for the fact that the Band played on Top Of The Pops and video is here. Enjoy.