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Formed in 2002, the British indie rock band Editors drew inspiration primarily from Joy Division, but were often compared to the American band Interpol. Initially named Pilot, followed by The Pride, then The Snowfield, and finally Editors, the four musicians sent a demo of their single ‘Bullets’ to a variety of labels in 2003. The following year, they signed...

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Title Artist Album Duration
1
Papillon
Editors In This Light and on This Evening 00:05:24

Editors, MainArtist - Russell Leetch, Composer - Cenzo Townshend, MixingEngineer - Flood, Producer - Chris Urbanowicz, Composer - Ed Lay, Composer - Tom Smith, Composer

2009 Play It Again Sam 2009 Play It Again Sam

2
Belong
Editors Violence 00:06:02

Editors, MainArtist - Russell Leetch, Composer - Ed Lay, Composer - Justin Lockey, Composer - Thomas Michael Henry Smith, Composer - Elliott Williams, Composer

2018 Play It Again Sam 2018 Play It Again Sam

3
Bricks and Mortar
Editors In This Light and on This Evening 00:06:20

Editors, MainArtist - Russell Leetch, Composer - Cenzo Townshend, MixingEngineer - Flood, Producer - Chris Urbanowicz, Composer - Ed Lay, Composer - Tom Smith, Composer

2009 Play It Again Sam 2009 Play It Again Sam

4
Eat Raw Meat = Blood Drool
Editors In This Light and on This Evening 00:04:53

Editors, MainArtist - Russell Leetch, Composer - Cenzo Townshend, MixingEngineer - Flood, Producer - Chris Urbanowicz, Composer - Ed Lay, Composer - Tom Smith, Composer

2009 Play It Again Sam 2009 Play It Again Sam

5
Magazine (Acoustic)
Editors Magazine 00:03:40

Editors, MainArtist - WILLIAMS, Composer - SMITH, Composer - Lay, Composer - Leetch, Composer - Lockey, Composer

2018 Play It Again Sam 2018 Play It Again Sam

6
Hallelujah (So Low)
Editors Hallelujah (So Low) 00:03:55

Editors, Artist, MainArtist - ALAN MOULDER, Mixer - Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Thomas Michael Henry Smith, Lyricist - Leo Abrahams and Editors, Producer - Thomas Michael Henry Smith / Russell Leetch / Edward Lay / Justin Lockey / Elliott Williams, Composer

2018 Play It Again Sam 2018 Play It Again Sam

7
Walk the Fleet Road
Editors In This Light and on This Evening 00:03:44

Ben Hillier, MixingEngineer - Editors, MainArtist - Russell Leetch, Composer - Flood, Producer - Chris Urbanowicz, Composer - Ed Lay, Composer - Tom Smith, Composer

2009 Play It Again Sam 2009 Play It Again Sam

8
Belong
Editors Violence 00:06:02

Editors, MainArtist - Russell Leetch, Composer - Ed Lay, Composer - Justin Lockey, Composer - Thomas Michael Henry Smith, Composer - Elliott Williams, Composer

2018 Play It Again Sam 2018 Play It Again Sam

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Formed in 2002, the British indie rock band Editors drew inspiration primarily from Joy Division, but were often compared to the American band Interpol. Initially named Pilot, followed by The Pride, then The Snowfield, and finally Editors, the four musicians sent a demo of their single ‘Bullets’ to a variety of labels in 2003. The following year, they signed to Kitchenware Records in Newcastle. The aforementioned title was followed by their second single, ‘Munich’, and then their third ‘Blood’. Their debut album The Back Room was released in 2005. It was an energetic and melodic rock opus that was distinguished by a good sense of group cohesion.

This was the record that kick-started their careers: the album went platinum in England. In 2007 their second album, An End Has a Start, also met with platinum success.

On their third album the voice of the singer Tom Smith combined well with this eighties sound, particularly on tracks like ‘Bricks and Mortar’. Finally, after the departure of guitarist Chris Urbanowicz, who was replaced by both Justin Lockey and Elliott Williams, Editors returned with The Weight of Your Love in 2013. This album was recorded in Nashville and produced by Jacquire King, and returned to their original rock sound. Despite receiving mixed reviews, the album remained a big hit with the group’s long-time fans. This recording was centred on love, in all of its forms, at once ‘romantic, ruptured, scary and obsessive’, according to Tom Smith. © HR / Qobuz

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