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The stars turn out top acclaim the singer/songwriter's new album...

JARVIS COCKER and Moloko's ROISIN MURPHY were amongst the guests gathered in LONDON's SOHO last night to toast rising British singer/songwriterRICHARD HAWLEY.

The stars came out at the The Star Cafe to celebrate the launch of former Longpigs and sometime Pulp guitarist Hawley's new album 'Lowedges', described by NME as "already one of the albums of 2003."

Pulp
drummer Nick Banks and Radio 1's Steve Lamacq were also in attendance, tucking into sausages and mash at the bash.

'Lowedges' is released on Monday (February 10).

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