INDIE-ROCK elite Razorlight have announced their official return, with the release of no fewer than four new singles that will precede their first album in ten years.

The album, Olympus Sleeping, will be released on October 26, but the four songs – Olympus Sleeping, Got To Let The Good Times Back In To Your Life, Japanrock and Sorry? – are available now.

Announcing their return, frontman Johnny Borrell said: “We’ve been away for a long time and wanted to give more to the fans than just one single. I’m really excited about the album and really excited about doing Razorlight again.”

The four new tracks perfectly showcase the band’s melodic nous, fizzing backbeat and frenetic energy, with each new song easily fitting in to the band’s extensive catalogue of hit singles.

Got To Let The Good Times Back In To Your Life – the opening song on the new album – thunders in to view with pounding drums and frantic guitar lines. The album’s title track is classic Razorlight, bursting in to life as infectious guitars collide with pulsating drums and an irresistible bass line as Johnny yells “Hubris, hubris….we always kill our attractions.” Japanrock is another incendiary, raucous slice of three minute indie-pop, whilst ‘Sorry?’ finds the band at their instantly catchy, melodic best, with chiming guitars and harmonic backing vocals. For Olympus Sleeping, Johnny worked closely with guitarist David Ellis, and the band were joined on drums by Martin Chambers of The Pretenders.

The band will also embark on an extensive UK tour this December, including a date at Newcastle's O2 Academy on December 17. For tickets go to