Razorlight announce further dates for 2023 UK tour

Razorlight have added several new dates to their 2023 UK tour due to “overwhelming demand” – see the full list of dates below and buy tickets here.

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The ’00s indie icons, who reunited last year with their original line-up of Johnny Borrell, Andy Burrows, Björn Agren and Carl Dalemo, are set to release a new Greatest Hits compilation – Razorwhat? The Best Of Razorlight – on December 9 via EMI.

Following the release, the band’s UK tour – originally set to kick off in Birmingham – will now kick off at The Great Hall in Cardiff on April 7. Further new dates will see the band play in Brighton, Lincoln, Edinburgh and Liverpool.

See the full list of dates below, including his now sold-out shows in Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester and Norwich. Tickets for all remaining dates, while still available, can be found here.

April 2023
07 – Cardiff, The Great Hall

08 – Brighton, The Dome
10 – Lincoln, Engine Depot
11 – Edinburgh, Assembly Rooms
13 – Liverpool Uni Mountford Hall
14 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
15 – Newcastle, NX
17 – Leeds, O2 Academy
18 – Glasgow, Barrowland
19 – Manchester, Albert Hall
21 – Nottingham, Rock City
22 – Norwich, BEA
23 – Sheffield, Leadmill
25 – Oxford, O2 Academy
26 – Bristol, O2 Academy
28 – Bournemouth, O2 Academy
29 – London, O2 Academy Brixton

The band’s new Best Of album features two new songs alongside their biggest hits of their career, one of which – You Are Entering The Human Heart – is out now.

The group was also the subject of a new documentary titled Falling into pieces. Directed by Ben Lowe, the film tells the “untold story” of the group that formed in London in 2002. Its name was inspired by the title of Razorlight’s 2006 single “Before I Fall To Pieces”.

Speaking about his decision to reconcile after 11 years in the film’s trailer, Burrows said: “If I don’t do it, I think I’ll be thinking about it for the rest of my life. I don’t know… The last Johnny I knew was Johnny [in] 2009. It struck me today as a powerful surrealism – I don’t know what to expect.”

Under review Falling into pieces, NME wrote: “Borrell and Burroughs’ love-hate relationship is at the heart of the film. In many ways, it’s not unlike the sad tone of Matt and Luke Goss’s 2019 documentary Bros. After the screaming stopped and at times he is almost boring and David Brent-like.

“However, when Borrell and Burroughs finally meet again after not speaking for 11 years, it’s a very touching moment. Each confesses past insecurities and finally clears the air.

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