LIME Wood’s annual summer music and food festival is back.

Smoked & Uncut 2018 are determined to make sure this year is bigger and better than ever before and tomorrow sees Lime Wood dishing up an event to follow on from The Kooks sell-out performance last year – as well as having multiple stages, pop-up restaurants and glamping, Lime Wood will be joined by chart-topping Razorlight, who will headline this year’s festival.

Razorlight are an English indie rock band formed in 2002 by lead singer and guitarist Johnny Borrell.

The band are primarily known having topped the charts with the 2006 single America and its parent self-titled album, their second.

Along with Borrell, the current lineup of the band consists of drummer David Sullivan Kaplan, guitarist Gus Robertson, and bassist João Mello.

Razorlight’s debut album, Up All Night, was released in 2004, reaching No. 3 in the UK album charts.

Their second album, Razorlight, debuted at No. 1 in the UK Albums Chart in 2006. The lead single from the album, In the Morning was released as a single in July 2006, which peaked at No. 3 in the UK Singles Chart. To date, it is their third biggest single after Somewhere Else, and America, which peaked at No.1.

In 2008, Razorlight released their third studio album, Slipway Fires, with the lead single, Wire to Wire, being released on October 20 2008.

Food has always played a massive part of Smoked & Uncut and 2018 will be no different, so, get stuck into some serious flavour at the long table, family-style feasts.

Angela Hartnett and her chef friends will be hosting a three-course feasting lunch in our mobile Field Kitchen, popping up at each festival this summer.

The Field Kitchen will feature chefs such as Sophie Michell, Mitch Tonks and Lee Tiernan.

What’s more, Mark Hix will be paying homage to the British love of a classic Indian takeaway, combining his passion for British ingredients with the authentic flavours of India – the Ruby Murray House will be dishing up indulgent home-style Indian curry topped off with a refreshing lager.

In 2017, the festivals experienced their biggest numbers to date, so if you’re looking for a little nostalgia, delicious food and a festival to dance the night away then one needn’t look any further than Smoked & Uncut.