Razorlight ‘want to work with Noel Gallagher’ on next album

Band say they 'need some northern cred'

Razorlight have suggested that Noel Gallagher should help produce their fourth studio album.

Johnny Borrell‘s band, who are currently working on the follow-up to 2008’s ‘Slipway Fires’, have said that they are huge fans of the guitarist and songwriter, who recently split from Oasis.

“Maybe we should get Noel to produce the new Razorlight album. We’re looking for a producer,” bassist Carl Dalemo told The Mirror. “We need some northern cred!” he added.

Meanwhile, Razorlight‘s new drummer David ‘Skully’ Sullivan-Kaplan insists that he is fitting in well with the band, revealing that they are already working on new material.

“Within a week it felt like I’d been here for years,” he said. “These guys are great, the music is great, they were very patient, encouraging and enthusiastic. It couldn’t have been a better fit, really. It’s been really fun and we’re already working on new material and playing new stuff live.”