It’s clear from the very first song that Johnny Borrell and co can still deliver an instant earworm. The twelve track album opens with the joyous ‘Got To Let The Good Times Back Into Your Life’, which is reminiscent of the four-piece band during their mid-noughties heyday. The lyrics are fast-paced, the melodies are catchy and it’s sure to be welcomed with open arms from long-time fans.
Razorlight has always been a band who can bring an infectious sound to both their recorded songs and live shows, with ‘Razorchild’, ‘Brighton Pier’ and ‘Good Night’ all having that fun and energetic summer festival feel.
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