Razorlight are in the studio writing their fourth album, and frontman Johnny Borrell says the new line up is ''gelling''.
Razorlight are in the studio working on their fourth album.
The 'America' group have undergone a number of line-up changes, leaving frontman Johnny Borrell as the only remaining original member of the group, but they are getting closer to completing a follow up to 2008s 'Slipway Fires'.
Speaking of the new line up - which sees Johnny joined by David 'Skully' Sullivan Kaplan, Freddie Stitz and Gus Robertson - he told UK radio station XFM: "We're really gelling as a band and a group of people and we're really enjoying working together.
"There's a really good atmosphere, it feels great, really, really good. There are some songs coming together. But it'll be ready when it's ready."
When asked if there were any particular influences which have come through on the new record, Johnny added: "I don't know, we're still finding out. That's important, when you're making an album, it should be a Journey."
It has previously been reported the band were working with producers Steve Lillywhite and Dave McCracken in the studio.