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Razorlight back on top form after Camden Crawl

Razorlight played to a packed crowd over the weekend at the Camden Crawl, May 1, with the all-new line up, which frontman Johnny Borrell said "feels like a new band". 

The 'In The Morning' rockers performed at Camden's Electric Ballroom last night and spoke to the NME after their set about how it was to be back on top form:

"It feels like a new band, it reminds me of starting out but with three or four albums of material which is fun." 

"It's great because you can use your back catalogue, you'll play a show and realise you haven't performed 'Golden Touch' yet and you can use it."

The new line up includes Gus Robertson on guitar, David Kaplan on drums and Freddie Stitz on bass whilst Borrell remains in his original position. On the new arrangement, Borrell explained "it feels really good" and revealed they all get along and "enjoy having a laugh". 

Razorlight are confirmed to appear at this year's GuilFest and you can watch them sing 'America' from a recent show, here:


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