Indie-rock band Razorlight sure know how to make a comeback. Following a 10 year hiatus (we can’t believe it’s been that long either), they have returned with not one, but FOUR new tracks.
If that wasn’t enough, the band, best known for their 2006 number one hit ‘America’, have also announced details of a brand new album called Olympus Sleeping and a tour.
Kicking off with the new tracks, Razorlight have unveiled four songs: album title track ‘Olympus Sleeping’, the punchy ‘Got To Let The Good Times Back Into Your Life’, the raucous ‘Japanrock’, and the infectious ‘Sorry?’.
Speaking about their return, frontman Johnny Borrell said: “We’ve been away for a long time and wanted to give more to the fans than just one single. I’m really excited about the album and really excited about doing Razorlight again.”
‘Got To Let The Good Times Back Into Your Life’
All four tracks are taken from Razorlight’s forthcoming album Olympus Sleeping, which is due for release on October 26. The album can be pre-ordered now. Check out a trailer for the album below.
To coincide with the album’s release, Razorlight will be heading out on a UK tour in December. Tickets for the tour go on sale on Friday August 31 at 10am.
Razorlight Tour Dates
4 December – The Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow
5 December – O2 Academy, Sheffield
6 December – O2 Academy, Liverpool
8 December – SWX, Bristol
10 December – O2 Institute, Birmingham
11 December – Concorde 2, Brighton
13 December – Rock City, Nottingham
14 December – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
16 December – O2 Ritz, Manchester
17 December – O2 Academy, Newcastle
18 December – O2 Academy, Leeds
19 December – The Junction, Cambridge