You’ll get the most insane new wave of the most

Libertines frontman Pete Doherty

## ## Libertines frontman Pete Doherty says that Brexit could be good for music but could also break up his band.

The singer who moved to Margate with his bandmates to set up the Albion Rooms studio and hotel is the only member of his present band, The Puta Madres, with a British passport.

In an interview with Channel 4 News about Brexit, Pete Doherty said: “I can feel like in Watership Down when the fields start to turn black, because of all the propaganda we are getting fed because of Brexit.

Pete Doherty said Brexit could break up his band. Picture: Channel 4 News”I don’t believe that this great British nation is capable of doing that to itself and destroying my band in the process, because I’m the only British passport holder in the band.”

The 40 year old, who first achieved fame in the early 2000s with the Libertines and then the indie group Babyshambles, said that Brexit will be the “best thing” for the music industry.

He added: “It [Brexit] will be the best thing in the world for music. You’ll get the most insane new wave of the most incredible [music].

“You”ll see the difference between writing a poem in prison and writing a poem in a cottage by a lake, there will be an incredible backlash.”

Pete Doherty. Picture: Mike GourlayLast year, Pete Doherty made headlines after his dogs reportedly attacked and killed a cat in Cliftonville.

He hit the headlines again in August when he succeeded in a challenge to eat a giant breakfast in less than 20 minutes at the Dalby Cafe in Cliftonville.

Ajer was brought to Celtic from Norwegian side Start

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Leicester City transfer news: Kristoffer Ajer has been heavily linked with a move to Celtic with AC Milan also said to be keen on the 22 million rated defenderGLASGOW, SCOTLAND OCTOBER 03: General view outside the stadium prior to the UEFA Europa League group E match between Celtic FC and CFR Cluj at Celtic Park on October 03, 2019 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images) (Image: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)Sign up to FREE email alerts from LeicestershireLive Weekday Leicester City FCSubscribeWhen you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeLeicester City are reportedly preparing to submit a bid for Celtic defender Kristoffer Ajer.City have been heavily linked with a move for Ajer, with Brendan Rodgers familiar with the Norwegian international from his time at Celtic.Ajer was brought to Celtic from Norwegian side Start by Ronny Deila during his time in charge at Parkhead, signing after impressing after a week long trial.Leicester City daily newsletter. Free. To your inboxThere a quick and easy way to stay on top of all the Leicester City news with our daily newsletter.Delivered straight into your email inbox each day, the bulletins will feature the latest Foxes news, views, gossip and opinion.All you have to do is punch your email in at the top of the article it looks just like this.And what more, it absolutely free!You can also get all the latest updates by following us on social media here Facebook and Twitter.We also have a free app which you can download. It is always up to date with the latest Leicester City news.Download the Android app on Google PlayDownload the App from the Apple StoreIt is under Rodgers, though, he has flourished making 66 appearances for the current City boss before he made the move to the King Power Stadium in February last year.Ajer has made 49 appearances for Celtic in all competitions this season, with the season likely to be curtailed in the Scottish Premiership because of the coronavirus pandemic.According to reports, Ajer agent has expressed his client wish to depart Scotland because of his desire to play elsewhere.

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