Razorlight play low key show in London

Band return to the Camden Barfly for the first time in three years

Razorlight play low key show in London
Razorlight played a special one off show in London tonight (October 15).

The four-piece performed a riotous low key gig for 200 fans at the Camden Barfly, their first at the venue in three years.

Tickets for the show, which was part of the MTV 2 Gonzo Tour, had been changing hands on eBay for more than £400 throughout the week as the band enjoyed their first Number One with 'America'.

The four-piece sparked mass sing-a-longs and sent the crowd into a wild frenzy throughout their 45 minute set as they rolled through a series of hits from their debut 'Up All Night' and their recent self-titled second album including 'In The Morning', 'Golden Touch', 'Stumble And Fall', 'Vice' and their chart topping hit.

The band also threw in b-side 'Bright Lights' before closing the show, which was watched by Editors lead singer Tom Smith, with one off single 'Somewhere Else'.

Support came from 'Good Shoes' and The View.

Razorlight played:

'In The Morning'
'Hold On'
'Bright Lights'
'Golden Touch'
'Fall To Pieces'
'America'
'Vice'
'Back To The Start'
'In The City'
'Los Angeles Waltz'
'Stumble And Fall'
'Somewhere Else'


The four-piece will return to the UK for an arena tour later this month.

They will be appearing at the following venues:

Aberdeen AECC (October 20)
Hull Arena (21)
Sheffield Arena (22)
Nottingham Arena (24)
Swindon Oasis Centre (25)
Plymouth Pavillion (26)
Cardiff Arena (28)
Reading Rivermead Centre (29)
Brighton Centre (31)
Wembley Arena (November 1)


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