By Clark Collis
April 23, 2009 at 05:00 PM EDT

It’s been 19 years since British indie-rockers the La’s released their first, and so far last, album. And it’s been four since EW told the crazy story behind the band’s classic single, “There She Goes.” At the time, enigmatic La’s frontman Lee Mavers promised to finally explain everything “after our new music comes out. Cheers, mate.” That new music never arrived. But according to, Mavers has now asked the Pete Doherty-led Babyshambles if they would back him on a second La’s album. To be honest, the Music Mix is not holding its breath. After all, rare is the situation that gets less weird or screwed-up with the introduction of Mr. Doherty. Then again, there is something pretty mouth-watering about a Mavers-Doherty team-up.

What do you think, Music Mixers? Are you excited about the idea of another La’s album? And, if not, may we politely suggest you watch the clip below and reconsider the matter.


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