Razorlight Release First New Songs in Ten Years, Announce U.K. Tour Dates

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 Johnny Borrell of Razorlight performs on stage during Day 2 of Kew the Music at Kew Gardens on July 12, 2017 in London.

Razorlight have released four new songs in anticipation of their comeback album, Olympus Sleeping, which is set for release on Oct. 26.

Described by frontman Jimmy Borrell as "a love letter to rock and roll" (via NME), the upcoming release will be the band's first since 2008's Slipway Fires.

The new tracks, "Olympus Sleeping," "Japanrock," "Sorry" and "Got To Let The Good Times Back Into Your Life" can be found below. The band has also announced a U.K. tour for the tail end of 2018.

"With Razorlight I only started writing songs because I found it very difficult to talk to people," Borrell told NME. "I worked out that if I could sing things then I might be able to communicate with people in some way."

Check out the four new songs below, and the band's tour dates after the jump.

Tuesday December 4 – Glasgow The Old Fruitmarket
Wednesday December 5 – Sheffield O2 Academy
Thursday December 6 – Liverpool O2 Academy
Saturday December 8 – Bristol SWX
Monday December 10 – Birmingham The O2 Institute
Tuesday December 11 – Brighton Concorde 2
Thursday December 13 – Nottingham Rock City
Friday December 14 – London O2 Forum Kentish Town
Sunday December 16 – Manchester O2 Ritz
Monday December 17 – Newcastle O2 Academy
Tuesday December 18 – Leeds O2 Academy
Wednesday December 19 – Cambridge The Junction


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