Pete Doherty’s former producer Stephen Street criticises his new single
Pete Doherty’s former producer Stephen Street has severely criticised the singer’s new single “I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)”, saying that Doherty doesn’t sing properly on what he defines “a tarted-up demo”.
The leader of The Libertines dropped the catchy acoustic song – which is included in the new album ‘Hamburg Demonstrations’ due out on December 2nd – some days ago.
In a tweet which he swiftly deleted, Stephen Street said that it sounded like “A tarted-up demo” and added that Doherty “should have been made to sing properly” before the song was deemed finished, adding the hashtag #disappointed.
Doherty’s former producer – one of the most acclaimed producers in Britain – worked with the singer only for his first solo album ‘Grace/Wastelands’ in 2009 and for Babyshambles’ second album ‘Shotter’s Nation’ in 2007.
‘Hamburg Demonstrations’ is produced by Johann Scheerer, who has previously worked with Faust, Gallon Drunk and Bosnian Rainbows.