Razorlight are set to play a one-off UK show to mark the 20th anniversary of their debut album ‘Up All Night’.

On November 21, Johnny Borrell and co will perform the record - which spawned the singles 'Rock 'N' Roll Lies', 'Rip It Up', 'Stumble and Fall', 'Golden Touch', 'Vice' and 'Somewhere Else' - in its entirety along with old and new songs at London's O2 Academy Brixton.

The 'America' group recently released a deluxe edition of the LP to mark the milestone, boasting 17 additional B-sides, some of which had never been on streaming platforms.

What's more, a mini documentary entitled 'The Making Of Up All Night’ is on the way, with "frank interviews with people who worked on the record or were around the band in 2003/4, allowing for the first time real insight into the circumstances of one of the decade’s defining records, as reviews at the time testified."

Frontman Johnny, 44, reflected on the hate the group received at the time and bragged that they can still "rock f****** hard".

He said: “I've been looking back on that time because of getting involved with the documentary, etc and yeah, it was a wild, messy, unpredictable, f*** or be f*****, leave everything out there kind of record. Even people in indie clubs who say they hate me always say, 'Well your first album was really good' Maybe they'll drop the hate but keep listening. We’re still in great shape and we still rock f****** hard so it should be a great show.”

The group are also working on brand new music, their first since their 2018 LP 'Olympus Sleeping'.

Razorlight's original lineup, including Björn Ågren and Carl Dalemo, reunited in 2021 after a decade apart, and they are joined by Andy Burrows and Reni Lane.

Tickets go on sale on Friday (05.07.24) at 10am via https://www.razorlightofficial.com.