GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - MAY 13:  Pete Doherty performs live on stage at Barrowlands Ballroom on May 13, 2016 in Glasgow, Scotland
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Pete Doherty is, of course, the leader of The Libertines. But Peter Doherty, with an R, is a solo artist with a newly announced album, Hamburg Demonstrations, on the way.

The LP will be out on Dec. 2, but to hold over fans, he dropped “I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)," a spacey acoustic ditty.

Earlier this summer, Doherty debuted "Hell To Pay At The Gates Of Heaven," a song about the terrorist attack on Paris' Bataclan during an Eagles of Death Metal concert that killed 89 people. He will be the first person to play at the Bataclan once it reopens on Nov. 13.

The tracklist for Hamburg Demonstrations goes as follows:

1. “Kolly Kibber”
2. “Down For The Outing”
3. “Birdcage”
4. “Hell To Pay At The Gates Of Heaven”
5. “Flags From The Old Regime”
6. “I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone) v2″
7. “A Spy In The House Of Love (Demo Vocals)”
8 “Oily Boker”
9. “I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)”
10. “The Whole World Is Our Playground”
11. “She Is Far”