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Razorlight have a run about New York with their new video for 'Cops And Robbers’

Feat. Rob from Florence And The Machine.
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Published: 11:15 am, August 02, 2019
Razorlight have a run about New York with their new video for 'Cops And Robbers’

Razorlight have shared a video for their new single, 'Cops And Robbers’.

It’s their first new material following the release of last year’s comeback album, ‘Olympus Sleeping’.

Speaking about the video, frontman Johnny Borrell says: “The video came together really quickly, there's this great director Remy Holwick, who's done a load of videos for various New York groups, we ended up hitting about eight locations around New York in one day and we managed to pull in big Rob from Florence And The Machine, who plays a big role in Razorlight history. It was about the second time we'd managed to catch up in a decade and he delivered a stellar performance as God on Earth posing as a flower seller.”

Check out 'Cops And Robbers’ below, and catch the band on tour with Kaiser Chiefs early next year.

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