The boys have work to do
Razorlight say they expect to disappear to concentrate on sessions for their second album.
The band, who recently contributed a new track, ‘Kirby’s House’, to the charity ‘War Child: A Day In The Life’ compilation, want to get back into the studio to start work on the follow-up to 2004’s debut ‘Up All Night’.
“I think though War Child was genuinely it for this year,” said drummer Andy Burrows.
He added: “We’ve been saying we want to have the album sorted before we even go near the studio, so we’re going to be rehearsing and getting things set for that. Not something on a computer, but between four real people, working out what we’re going to play.”