Doherty founded Babyshambles towards the end of his time with The Libertines.The group has released two studio albums, Down in Albion, in November 2005 and Shotter's Nation in October 2007.The band's touring schedule and releases have occasionally been disrupted by Doherty's ongoing legal problems.The line-up of the band has changed several times: drummer Gemma Clarke left the band due to Doherty's drug problems and was replaced by Adam Ficek, and guitarist and co-songwriter Patrick Walden has also left the band and was replaced by Mick Whitnall.On 12 July 2008, Doherty played a solo gig at the Royal Albert Hall. The concert was originally scheduled for 26 April, but had to be rescheduled to a later date due to Doherty being sentenced to 14 weeks in prison for breaching probation on 8 April.The solo show did not get the best ratings but was all in all still well received.
His father, Peter John Doherty, was a major in the Royal Signals, while his mother, Jacqueline Michels, was a lance-corporal in Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps.
A number of artists and bands, such as Dirty Pretty Things, We Are Scientists, The Kooks and The Holloways, also featured on the track.
In August 2006 it was announced that Doherty was recording with The Streets frontman Mike Skinner on a new version of "Prangin' Out", from Skinner's album The Hardest Way to Make an Easy Living.
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Doherty and Barât formed a band called the Libertines in the late 1990s, although it was not until 2002, with the release of their debut album Up the Bracket, that they began to achieve widespread mainstream success.