Razorlight played a new song last night during a storming instore signing set in central LONDON (September 13).
The band gave fans a taste of their new material when they performed ’Love, Lust And Lotion’ to the packed crowd at the capital’s Oxford Street HMV store.
Speaking to NME.COM after the gig, singer Johnny Borrell said: “‘We played for about an hour – we were only told to play for 20 minutes – but I really enjoyed playing. It was very fluid – some songs came up which we weren’t expecting to do.”
Razorlight tore through an explosive set, including the tracks ’Don’t Go Back To Dalston’, ’Rip It Up’, ’Which Way Is Out’, ’Stumble And Fall’, ’In The City’, ’Golden Touch’ and the new single ’Vice’, which was released yesterday (September 13).
Following the set, the group sat down to meet fans and sign copies of ’Vice’ and their debut album ’Up All Night’.
Borrell said: “I like meeting people – the security guards were saying that we weren’t going to get everyone signed. But those people had been queuing all day so of course we were going to get everyone signed.”
Tonight, Razorlight will join REM, The Thrills and [a][/a] for Oxfam’s ’Make Trade Fair’ gig at London’s Hammersmith Apollo.