Razorlight's Johnny Borrell Records "Solar Power" Song



Razorlight's frontman Johnny Borrell gives solution to reduce climate change through the song "Funeral Blues".

Johnny Borrell of Razorlight shows his support in imposing a law for climate change by recording a song about solar power titled "Funeral Blues". The song gives solution to climate change which has been fought by The Big Ask, a campaign by Friends of the Earth.

"Funeral Blues" only takes four hours to complete and its recording was held in London's very first solar-powered studio, The Premises in Hoxton. The song, which boasts Borrell's voice and the sound of violin, was premiered on Britain's Radio 1 on May 30.

The song is available for download on The Friends of the Earth website for two weeks and also on 7digital.com.

© AceShowbiz.com


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