The band finally come up with title for second record
Razorlight have confirmed the title for their second album, which is due out on July 17.
The band’s follow-up to debut ‘Up All Night’ will be called ‘Razorlight’.
The band finished the album last week (June 10) in a west London studio, and though they warn it could still change, for now they are calling the new album after the band.
Deciding on an album title proved one of the trickier bits in producing the new record with a series of titles including ‘The Modern Condition’ and ‘Wham Bam Bam’ among the suggestions considered.
“I liked ’Can’t Stop This Feeling’ after one of the songs,” guitarist Bjorn Argen told NME.COM. “Johnny liked ’Rocket Ship To The Moon’, which was a lyric, and someone else suggested ‘Black Jeans’ the other day.”
The new album will be preceded by single ‘In The Morning’, which is released on July 3.