Razorlight album ‘sounds like a classic’

The band send a status report direct from the studio

Razorlight have recorded four songs in a week, according to Carl Dalemo.

The band are currently working on their album in a West London studio, but the bassist has been posting on the band’s blog as to what they have been up to.

Having not written much in February, Dalemo recently posted a recap under the title WHAT RAZORLIGHT DID IN FEBRUARY, that revealed the band had attended a Paris fashion show along with the Brits and ShockWaves NME Awards ceremonies before getting down to work.

“We started recording the album and have been ever since,” he wrote. “Serious work my friends but it’s going damn well. Sounds more and more like a classic every day.”

The band are working with Sex Pistols’ producer Chris Thomas and have been making good progress according to Dalemo.

“Songs like ‘In The Morning’, ‘Who Needs Love’, ‘Fall To Pieces’ and ‘I Can’t Stop This Feeling I’ve Got’ were recorded in about a week,” explained Dalemo.

The band are now continuing with the record, but will take a rare break from the sessions to headline a Teenage Cancer Trust gig at the Royal Albert Hall on March 30.

For a full report from that show check out NME.COM on the day of the gig.