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Many of these shows were played with close friends The Libertines.Through his friendship with schoolmate John Hassall, at Highgate School, Borrell was involved in the early formation of The Libertines.Razorlight signed to Mercury Records on after the Universal label fought off bids from Sony.After the number 8 single "Golden Touch", their debut album, Up All Night, was released on 28 June 2004, and charted at number 3 in the UK.In late 2007 Borrell secluded himself on a remote Scottish island in the Outer Hebrides to begin writing for the band's third album.2008's London sessions at Air studios lead to a more contemplative third album titled 'Slipway Fires'.After 2004's constant touring Borrell was placed at No.
After the split, he briefly switched to being a solo artist covering The Clash and Lead Belly songs.
He was present at the sessions for their debut album Up The Bracket and appears as a character in songs, notably "Boy Looked at Johnny" and "Death on the Stairs", and also "What a Waster" which appeared as a bonus track on the album in Japan.
In 2002 he went on to form his own band which played house parties, rehearsing at a Hackney warehouse called Unit 13, comprising Carl Dalemo, Christian Smith-Pancorvo (later replaced by Andy Burrows) and Björn Ågren.
The album went to number 4 in the UK album charts in November 2008 and first single 'Wire To Wire' got to number 5.
Press reaction to the record was mixed although Q's Paul Rees gave the record 4/5 and said: “Borrell and his band come up triumphant.