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Artist Biography For Editors

Editors Is A British Indie Rock/post-Punk Revival Band From Birmingham England Formed By Tom Smith Vocals Guitar Keyboards Russell Leetch Bass Ed Lay Drums And Chris Urbanowicz Guitar Who Met While Studying At Staffordshire University In Stafford England United Kingdom During 2002. After Chris' Departure In 2012 Justin Lockey And Elliott Williams Joined The Band For Their Live Gigs And Participated In The Recording Of The Fourth Album. The Band Were Originally Known As The Pride Before They Changed Their Line-Up And Became Known As Snowfield Becoming A Popular Unsigned Band. They Remained With This Name Until They Signed With Kitchenware Records In September 2004. The Band's Debut Single Bullets Was Released As A Limited Edition Of 500 On Kitchenware Records On January 24 2005 It Quickly Gained Support From Radio Stations Such As Xfm And BBC 6 Music - Where It Was The Single Of The Week. Their Debut Album The Back Room Was Released On 25 July 2005 To Critical Acclaim. The Band Toured Out Most Of 2005 Including Two Jaunts With We Are Scientists. However After A Pivotal Support Slot On Franz Ferdinand's Arena Tour At The End Of 2005 It Was The Re-Release Of Single Munich In January 2006 That Propelled Them Into The Top 10 Of The UK Single's Chart. The Following May Editors Played Three Sell-Out Shows At London's Brixton Academy And Countless Gigs Worldwide. The Album Has Now Sold Over 500 000 Units. In June 2007 Editors Released A Second Album An End Has A Start Which Included The Single Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors. This First Track Was Released On June 18th 2007 In The UK And June 26th In The US However It Was Leaked Onto The Internet Earlier. The Album's Title Track An End Has A Start Was Released On September 3rd The Racing Rats On November 26th 2007. Following A Landmark Appearence On The Other Stage At The Glastonbury Festival The Album Entered At Number 1 In The UK Album Chart. 'In This Light And On This Evening' The Third Studio Album Was Released On October 12th 2009. With The Heavy Synthesizer Sound And Industrial Ring The Album Differed Immensely From The Earlier Work Of The Band. Tom Explained This Change As A Way For The Band To Try Something Completely Different. Papillon The First Single Was Followed By You Don't Know Love. The Third Single Was Eat Raw Meat Blood Drool. The Album Was Inspired By The City Of London Both Lyrically As Musically And Debuted At Number 1 In The UK Album Charts. On April 16th 2012 During The Recording Of Their Fourth Studio Album With Producer Flood Editors Announced That Chris Urbanowicz Guitar Was Leaving The Band Basing The Decision Entirely Upon The Band's Future Musical Direction. ‘The Weight Of Your Love’ Their Fourth Studio LP Was Released On July 2013. It Was Preceded By The Single 'A Ton Of Love Released In May. This Is Also The First Album To Feature New Band Members Justin Lockey And Elliott Williams. It Was Recorded At Blackbird Studio In Nashville With Producer Jacquire King And Mixed By Craig Silvey. Http //editorsofficial.Com There Is Another Band With The Same Name 2 A Punk Rock Band From Connecticut Active In The 80's.

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