Razorlight set for UK tour with new drummer

Howling Bells and The Airborne Toxic Event join them on the road

Razorlight‘s forthcoming UK shows will see the band supported by Howling Bells and The Airborne Toxic Event, as well as marking the first major jaunt with their new drummer.

Johnny Borrell‘s band play a range of different venues on the tour this May – from smaller shows at Glasgow King Tut’s to a large-scale gig at London‘s O2 Arena.

The tour will give fans an early opportunity to see new drummer David ‘Skully’ Sullivan-Kaplan, who replaced previous sticksman Andy Burrows in March.

Speaking about the upcoming gigs, Borrell promised fans that the band are firing on all cylinders at present.

“It’s great to be onstage at the moment – the band are on really good form. We’re excited to be getting back and playing such special venues before we play these massive shows in London and Manchester“.

Razorlight play the following gigs:

Glasgow King Tut’s (May 2)
Buxton Opera House (4)
Leamington Spa The Assembly (5)
London O2 Arena (7)
Manchester MEN Arena (9)

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