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Razorlight to headline Get Loaded in the Park
Indie band Razorlight are to headline Get Loaded in the Park this summer.
The group, who have recently put together a new line-up, will be playing the event in Clapham Common, London, on June 12th.
It will be one of their first gigs with their new members, reports NME.
In January, the group revealed Freddie Stitz would be their new bass guitar player, while Gus Robertson was added as a new guitarist.
The pair replaced Bjorn Agren and Carl Dalermo in the group, following the earlier departure of original drummer Andy Burrows, who was replaced by David Sullivan Kaplan.
Lead singer Johnny Borrell said he is looking forward to Get Loaded in the Park, especially as it is taking place in the English capital.
"I grew up in London and it's my home and I think as a Londoner it always means something extra," said the frontman.
"London gigs become homecoming gigs for the band and that's probably one of the best things I've ever experienced."
Razorlight are also due to play sets at V Festival and Haddowfest as they make their return to the world of music with their new line-up.
Posted on 23 Mar 2011 16:15 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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