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Babyshambles are an English indie rock band established in London. The band was formed by Pete Doherty (lead vocals, rhythm guitar) during a hiatus from his former band The Libertines, but Babyshambles has since become his main project. As of 2013 the band includes Mick Whitnall (lead guitar) Drew McConnell (bass guitar, backing vocals) and Adam Falkner (drums, percussion). Babyshambles have released three albums Down in Albion (2005), Shotter's Nation (2007) and Sequel to the Prequel (2013), three EPs and a number of singles. more