Razorlight are thrilled with their forthcoming fourth album.
The 'Golden Touch' hitmakers have almost completed work on the record and frontman Johnny Borrell says the process has made him fall ''in love with making music'' again.
He said: ''There's a whole new energy in it because we've got the new guys [in the band].
''Our first record was the garage rock 'n' roll record, the second record was the pop record, the third was the difficult break-up record and I thought if I could get the energy of the first one and some of the irresistibility of the second one, that's what we're going for.
''It's very, very nearly finished. I'm so in love with making music again.''
Johnny is enjoying work so much, he says he is willing to perform ''anywhere''.
He added to NME magazine: ''My philosophy at the moment is I will play anywhere at any point for whatever.
''I'm like, 'We're f***ing musicians, let's just f***ing play.'''