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Editors are a British indie rock band based in Birmingham, who formed in 2002. Previously known as Pilot, The Pride and Snowfield, the band currently consists of Tom Smith (lead vocals, guitar, piano), Russell Leetch (bass guitar, synthesizer, backing vocals), Ed Lay (drums, percussion, backing vocals), Justin Lockey (Lead guitar), and Elliot Williams (Keys, synthesizers, guitars, and backing vocals) .. Editors' own variation of dark indie guitar rock draws on influences from both older and contemporary bands. Their influences include Echo & the Bunnymen, Joy Division, The Strokes, The Walkmen, Elbow. and R.E.M.. The band draw their musical style particularly from the latter two bands' debut albums Murmur and Asleep in the Back. While often compared to Joy Division and Echo and the Bunnymen by the media, the band commented that those bands are too old to have a major impact on their musical style. Upon Editors' first appearances in the British music scene, they were also heavily compared to American indie band Interpol.. Editors' first album, The Back Room, was described as having a wiry and raw sound, which led it to being famously dubbed 'dark disco' by the NME. This sound was created by the use of synthesizers, catchy guitar riffs and simple, ambiguous lyrics. An End Has a Start showed progression to a new 'bigger' sound. This new sound was created by adding more textured layers to the songs as well as incorporating new forms of music into them. These include the adding of a choir in "Smokers Outside the Hospital Doors" and the inclusion of the sounds of the band playing Hide-and-seek in the song "Spiders"....
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GENRES:   Indie rock Post-punk revival Alternative rock SIMILAR ARTISTS:   The Kooks Interpol The Strokes Bloc Party Franz Ferdinand TV on the Radio Arcade Fire The Libertines We Are Scientists A Cansei de Ser Sexy The Fratellis The Killers Kaiser Chiefs Kings of Leon PJ Harvey The Fray Simon Mastrantone The Stone Roses Modest Mouse Nada Surf Releases
Snowfield (demo), EPSnowfield Demo EPEditors - The Back Room (bonus disc: Cuttings)The Back Room (bonus disc: Cuttings)Editors - The Back RoomThe Back Room, Album (2005)Editors - BulletsBullets, Single (2005)Editors - BloodBlood, Single (2005)Editors - Munich (disc 2)Munich (disc 2), Single (2006)Editors - MunichMunich, Single (2006)2006-3-27: NapsterLive, Live Album (2006)Editors - All SparksAll Sparks, Single (2006)Editors - All SparksAll Sparks, EP (2006)Editors - An End Has a StartAn End Has a Start, Album (2007)Editors - An End Has a StartAn End Has a Start, Single (2007)Editors - An End Has a Start EPAn End Has a Start EP, EP (2007)Editors - Smokers Outside the Hospital DoorsSmokers Outside the Hospital Doors, Album (2007)Editors - Push Your Head Towards the AirPush Your Head Towards the Air, Single (2008)Editors - In This Light and On This EveningIn This Light and On This Evening, Album (2009)
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