In The Morning
Razorlight's debut album 'Up All Night' entered the UK album chart at No. 1 and seven days later 'Up All Night' was No. 3 in the official UK chart.
A year on, Razorlight found themselves having another career changing seven days
of midsummer madness. Glastonbury 2005 and Razorlight had by now graduated from first-on the previous year to headlining the Other Stage.
Just over eighteen months since the release of the debut album 'Up All Night' and a million record sales later, Razorlight are gearing up for their sophomore album's UK release. Produced by legendary Beatles, Sex Pistols, Pink Floyd and Roxy Music producer Chris Thomas, it will come out in July 2006 and all who have heard the songs so far are agreed that this is the record that will turn Razorlight into a globally massive band.
If previous years are anything to go by, it looks like Razorlight are going to continue wowing audiences and critics, breaking personal records and generally having a fantastic summer.
Johnny Borrell (Vox, Guitar)
BjÃƒÂ¶rn ÃƒÂ…gren (Guitar)
Carl Dalemo (Bass)
Andy Burrows (Drums)
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