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"It was about 2002, and the band didn't even have a name.
I met the guy and he reminded me of Mark Bolan [of T-Rex].
Except, Johnny Borrell was once that grubby teenager.
Born in 1980, Borrell grew up in Muswell Hill in north London.
Oblivion split citing creative differences and too much geography homework, but Borrell was still desperate to inveigle his way into London's music scene.
And, when he left school (with a burgeoning interest in narcotics), he headed straight for the noisy boroughs of Camden and Dalston, where he met, among other people, Pete Doherty.
But quite what he has done to deserve his latest kicking is anyone's guess.
I'm drinking champagne." This was all good, knockabout stuff, and entirely in keeping with the time-honoured traditions of rock.His parents divorced when he was young, but little Johnny still made it to Highgate School - a well-endowed private school just up the road.It was there that he met and became friends with John Hassall, the former bassist with The Libertines, and now the singer with Yeti.We ended up on this estate, and Razorlight were in this room, and we saw a rehearsal.I saw [Johnny] and I thought instantly that this guy has so much charisma he's going to be a star.
At some point, they swapped roles." In his late teens and early twenties, Borrell plied his Dylan-esque brand of acoustic folk around London's smaller venues, and occasionally filled in on bass for The Libertines.