The Libertines are reportedly looking for a new record deal as their Hyde Park reunion show approaches, Gigwise reports.
Following the announcement of a massive reunion show at British Summertime in Hyde Park tis July, the band also revealed a slot at Benicassim as well as a warm-up show in Glasgow. The band, who split back in 2004, briefly reuniting in 2010 to perform at Reading and Leeds festivals, officially announced their Hyde Park show after Pete Doherty let the news slip in an interview with an Israeli newspaper.
Now, according to sources from the Sun, the band are hoping for a brand new record deal as they head towards their second reunion. According to sources, the group are "touting themselves around labels to sign a deal on the back of the show."
The report is unconfirmed, but the band did recently admitthat they're hoping to come up new songs for their Hyde Park show.
British Summertime festival takes place on 5 July.