Razorlight plot US tour

They'll stop by SXSW, 'Late Show With David Letterman'

Razorlight plot US tour
Razorlight have announced the dates of a US tour in support of their new album, 'Slipway Fires'.

The London-based band are set to kick off the jaunt in Boston on March 9 before playing dates in cities including Philadelphia, New York, Chicago and Nashville.

The band will perform an official album release party on March 10 at New York's Hiro Ballroom, and will also make a stop at 'The Late Show With David Letterman' on March 11. They'll then head to Austin, where they'll play several South by Southwest showcases.

They'll conclude the jaunt with a gig in San Francisco on March 24.

The tour dates are:

Boston, MA Middle East (March 9)
New York, NY Hiro Ballroom (10)
Philadelphia, PA North Star Bar (12)
Chicago, IL Double Door (14)
Nashville, TN 12th and Porter (16)
Atlanta, GA The Loft (17)
Austin, TX SXSW (19)
Austin, TX SXSW Filter Magazine (20)
Austin, TX SXSW Stubb’s (21)
San Francisco, CA The Independent (24)


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