Razorlight conclude British tour

A face from the band's past appears at Wembley

Razorlight‘s biggest ever UK tour reached its climax in London last night (November 1).

Playing to their biggest audiences yet on the current arena jaunt, the group rounded off proceedings in confident fashion at Wembley Arena with a set that showcased tracks from both their current album ’Razorlight’ and their 2004 debut ’Up All Night’.

Opening with ’In The Morning’, Johnny Borrell and co included the likes of ’Golden Touch’, ’Stumble And Fall’ plus their chart topping single ’America’.


The gig also saw the band reunite with their original drummer Christian Smith-Pancorvo, who watched the show from the audience along with the likes of Kelly Osbourne.

Smith-Pancorvo left the band shortly after completing sessions for ’Up All Night’ and was replaced by Andy Burrows. However, he was spotted chatting with his former bandmates at the party held after the gig to celebrate the end of the UK tour.

Razorlight played:

‘In The Morning’

‘Hold On’

‘Golden Touch’


‘Back To The Start’


‘Los Angeles Waltz’

‘(Don’t’ Go Back To) Dalston’

‘Can’t Stop This Feeling’

‘Who Needs Love’

‘Before I Fall To Pieces’

‘Pop Song 2006’

‘Kirby’s House’


‘In The City’

‘Fall, Fall, Fall’

‘Rip It Up’

‘Stumble And Fall’

‘Somewhere Else’

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