British rocker Carl Barat has denied reports his cult band The Libertines will be returning to the music scene to play at Britain's Glastonbury festival in June (11).
The group, which includes troubled musician Pete Doherty in its line-up, reformed in 2010 after six years apart to play a comeback gig at the U.K.'s Reading and Leeds festivals, much to the excitement of fans.
The musicians were rumoured to be planning another rare appearance at Glastonbury - the country's most famous music event - this summer (11), but Barat has silenced the reports by insisting he and Doherty are too busy on their own projects to perform.
However, the rocker is refusing to rule out another reunion in the future.
He tells Britain's Daily Star, "Getting back together at Reading and Leeds was more than I could ever imagine and made me understand and realise what an impact the band had on a generation.
"In time I would do it again but Pete Doherty and I are busy doing other things. It's definitely not over."