Razorlight drummer David ‘Skully’ Sullivan Kaplan has said that the band are excited to be performing in the city this month after last performing in Lincoln in 2009.
In an interview with The Lincolnite, Skully said the band are looking forward to sharing some of their new songs with fans ahead of the release of their new album later this year.
The band, who were formed in London in 2002 by lead singer Johnny Borrell, will perform at Lincolnshire Showground on Friday, May 26 with special guests Feeder and Reverend and the Makers.
Razorlight have sold a total of four million albums, played at sold out arena tours and headlined festivals throughout the country.
Back from a brief hiatus, the band are performing with new guitarist David Ellis, formerly of Babeshadow.
Drummer Skully told The Lincolnite: “We can’t wait to come to Lincolnshire Showground, it’s going to be a great show.
“We have played at the Engine Shed in Lincoln itself before but that is going back a few years now.
“We have a big fan base in the area – over the UK we have a lot of support so it’s great to get back to Lincolnshire and do our thing.
“It is going to be our second show ever with our new line up and we are going to be playing a long set of all the songs that are well known, a couple of new songs and some of our old old songs we haven’t played for a while.
“We will be playing Golden Touch, In The Morning, Someone Else, America, and many more, it’s going to be good!”
Tickets for the Lincolnshire Showground gig can be found on the Ticketline website and are priced at £35.75 each.