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Editors is a UK based indie rock band that believes in making music with a ‘pulse’. Formed in the early 2000s, it has been a decade since its formation and the record sales have crossed one million worldwide. Apart from the critical acclaim and success at topping the charts, the band’s dark indie rock sound is compared to the well known groups of the music industry including U2, The Chameleons, Interpol and Joy Division. Their live concerts are raved as ‘truly spectacular’ that has made the demand for the Editors tickets to rise for their upcoming concerts.
The lineup of the Editors includes exceptionally talented musicians like, Tom Smith, Russel Leetch, Edward Lay, Justin Lockey and Elliot Williams. The founding members weren’t professional musicians at the time of the band’s formation. They studied music technology at Staffordshire University but were attracted towards composing and playing music instead. Hence the band Pilot was formed and the members made a few compositions under this name. Later they changed the name to Pride. Finally settling with Editors, the band entered the music industry with the release of their first single under the label Kitchenware Records.
As soon as the band’s debut song Bullets was released, sales started pouring in. The track was in no time titled as ‘Single of the Week’ by BBC Radio in Zane Lowe’s show. The success continued with their release of another song, Munich that also ranked in the Top 25 song list and was featured in ‘MTV Spanking New Music Show’. The Editors didn’t take long in coming up with their debut album after the success of their initial singles and released ‘The Back Room’ in 2005. Received with positive critic reviews, it was ranked at the 13th position on the UK Top Charts. Critic reviews in credible publications like The Guardian praised them in words, ‘The longer you listen, the better they become’. Their total number of album sales made it to 500,000 that earned the band a Platinum certification in the UK. Editors further enjoyed the success of their release by conducting sold out shows in London and performed numerous gigs around the world.
The band took two years after their debut album to come up with their sophomore release, ‘An End has a Start’. With songs such as Smokers, An End has a Start and Outside the Hospital Doors, it peaked the UK charts. The band made popular live performances such as an appearance in Glastonbury Festival and Lowlands Festival.
With heavy synthesizer tunes, Editors’ third music album, ‘In this Light and on This Evening’ sounded different than the earlier releases and quickly made its way up on the UK Top Charts. . Inspired by the city of London both musically and lyrically, it was loved by their fans worldwide for songs like In This Love, Papillon and The Boxer.
On the whole, the band’s musical style is influenced by contemporary as well as old bands and includes REM, Elbow, The Walkmen and The Strokes in the list. They have recently come up with their fourth studio album, ‘The Weight of Your Love’ featuring a number of hit singles like The Ton of Love and Formaldehyde. Securing top places at Music Charts already, their fans are excited to listen to them live. Editors touring schedule is packed with live performances and the next one is in your town. Nominated for BRIT Award in the category of the ‘Best Indie Music Band’, they are heading out for more of such accolades in the future. Avail the chance to listen to the best indie/rock music live with the purchase of Editors tickets now.
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