Crowds packed into London's Proud Galleries to see Razorlight’s lead singer play his first solo set. 

Razorlight singer Johnny Borrell played to a throng of patiently waiting fans at Proud Galleries in Camden.The lead singer performed an exclusive one-off solo performance as part of Ben Sherman's 'Five Decades, 12 Sundays' series.

The gig also coincided with the launch of 'Razorlight - From Above', the first ever photography exhibition of Razorlight by close band associate and photographer Sophie Jarry.

Diving straight into his set, the singer launched into "Somewhere Else" to the delight of the fans below. Seeming a little nervous, Borrell, playing with his trademark Gibson Les Paul, ripped into Razorlight hit "Golden Touch," a particular hit for the crowds who sung each chorus along with the singer. 

Taking the short set in a new direction, Borrell was next joined on stage by a guest violinist who accompanied him on the track "Funeral Blues," before he was additionally joined by a guest female vocalist who stole the show with her raspy blues voice.

The Razorlight photographic display is now showing at Proud Galleries in Camden.

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