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Razorlight is an Anglo-Swedish pop band formed during the summer of 2002 around singer-songwriter Johnny Borrell. Other band members include Bjorn Agren, Carl Dalemo and Andy Burrows.

Razorlight's debut album, Up All Night, was released in June 2004, reaching number 3 in the UK album charts. The critical reception was excellent, receiving good reviews from NME, Q magazine and Billboard. Razorlight have since released their second, self-titled album in July 2006. Some of their biggest hits include "America", "Golden Touch", "In The Morning" and "Somewhere Else". Order your Razorlight Tickets online today!

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Razorlight's album Up All Night was re-issued in April 2005, including previously unreleased single "Somewhere Else", which peaked at Number 2. In July 2005, the band performed at Hyde Park, London, as part of the Live 8 series of concerts. Razorlight supported Queen and Paul Rodgers on Friday 15th July 2005, in front of 60,000 people. This gig had been rescheduled following the July 2005 London bombings. They also supported Oasis in December 2005, at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.

Continuing their association with The Who which started at the Live 8 gig, Razorlight debuted some of their second album songs in one of a chain of Teenage Cancer Trust concerts, organised by Roger Daltrey. Later that year, on the 2 July, they played to a sellout Hyde Park Calling gig, where they were preceded by the Zutons, and opened for The Who. Again they played half a set from the new album, the first single from which "In the Morning" was released at midnight that evening at HMV on Oxford Street. Razorlight released their eponymous second album on 17 July 2006. This album debuted at no.1 in the U.K. The band played their biggest tour to date in October / November 2006 and also supported Richard Ashcroft in his homecoming gig at the Lancashire County Cricket Club in June 2006.