For the primary time in a decade with their authentic line-up, Indie icons Razorlight have introduced a present at The Telegraph Constructing on 4th April 2023.
The group have lately launched Razorwhat? The Greatest Of Razorlight, which collates 11 of their best moments plus two thrilling new tracks, ‘You Are Getting into The Human Coronary heart’ and Violence Perpetually?’ demonstrates how the band’s inventive spark has been relit.
“I needed to go and chat with Johnny and make issues good,” remembers Burrows. “If I didn’t, I’d have gone on enthusiastic about it for the remainder of my life, that we should always’ve met up, we should always’ve performed collectively once more, it was too particular to go away behind.”
Bridges have been constructed. The creative and generally unwieldy connection between the 2 has been re-established. It has been a heartening expertise for these concerned. “My belief with Andy was at absolute zero, so getting that again was actually inspiring,” says Borrell. “That’s by no means occurred earlier than, and it made me assume so much about my life like if I can get my belief again with Andy, I might do it with anyone.”
“While our relationship hasn’t all the time been plain crusing when Johnny and I sit down to write down music collectively, there’s a magic that occurs. I’m so grateful to have him and the band again in my life,” agrees Burrows.
The primary fruits of their revitalised creativity got here with the one-off single ‘Name Me Junior’ earlier this 12 months, a punchy, energetic indie-rock gem, and two new songs on Razorwhat? broaden the sonic horizons additional.
By no means a uninteresting second. Writing a brand new ending for themselves, Razorlight are again to forged out the boring in your life.
RAZORLIGHT – RAZORWHAT? TOUR 2023
THE TELEGRAPH BUILDING, BELFAST
APRIL 4 2023
DOORS 7 PM | 18+ ONLY
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