Razorlight have confirmed details of their new single ‘Carry Yourself,’ out on the 11th October. Following the band’s four singles on one day return to the music scene, the track is taken from their upcoming album Olympus Sleeping – the band’s first in 10 years.
Premiered by Chris Evans on his BBC Radio 2 breakfast show, ‘Carry Yourself’ is indie with a capital D for dance, and rhythmically pays homage to Abba, Baccara and Dr Dre. Drums are courtesy of legendary Pretenders drummer Martin Chambers and the track is produced by longtime Muse producer Tommaso Colliva.
Johnny says “'Carry Yourself’ is a really important track on this album, probably the most danceable song Razorlight have ever done. I really enjoyed making it.'”