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Interview (2013)

Editors - Interview

Editors bassist Russell Leetch talks to Richard Lewis about the band’s return with new album ‘The Weight of Your Love’, their first in four years which saw the group working with film composer Clint Mansell


In Dream (2015)

Acclaimed UK indie rockers Editors return with fifth LP which sees them bring more of an electronic edge to their sound with mixed results

The Weight of Your Love (2013)

Anthemic fourth album from Editors, which takes a rip-roaring but unflinchingly raw and intense look at an emotionally devastating love affair

Papillon (2009)

First single from their third album for the Editors, which finds them moving successfully in a new keyboards-dominated direction

An End Has a Start (2007)

Melancholic , mournful, but superb second album from bestselling Birmingham-based group the Editors

Smoke Outside the Hospital Doors (2007)

Commanding and clever first single from their second album for the Editors

Blood (2006)

Latest single from the Editors'bestselling album The Back Room', which has been issued for the second time

All Sparks (2006)

Latest single from the Editors' bestselling debut album 'The Back Room'

Munich (2005)

Fifth single for the Editors from their bestselling 'The Back Room', which appears in three formats and includes various previously unreleased tracks

Bullets (2005)

Impressive new single which appears in various formats, each with unreleased tracks, from the much acclaimed the Editors

The Back Room (2005)

Instantly classic debut album from the Editors, which "is one of the best albums of the year so far" and "will also become one of the most played"

Blood (2005)

Catchy debut single from the much acclaimed Editors, which is like "Joy Division updated for the new century"

Munich (2005)

Second single from new Birmingham-based band, the Editors, which proves worth buying for its Chameleons-influenced B side alone



We are Scientists
Interview We Are Scientists - Interview

New York-based trio and post-punks We are Scientists are just about to release their debut album 'With Love and Squalor' and have just toured Britain with the Editors. Anthony Strutt talks to them about their increasing profile

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