An End Has A Start Video
Editors follow a Number One UK Album chart entry for their second album, `An End Has A Start' by releasing the title track as a single in September.
Following 2005's `The Back Room', Editors have become a global success with Top 40 entries for the album to date across mainland Europe (including a number 2 in Holland) and Australia alongside high profile festival performances across the globe. The band are also celebrating their highest ever UK single position for the first single from the album, `Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors'.
Editors have already stunned Glastonbury with a salutary performance as second headliners on the Other Stage and T In The Park with a packed to capacity performance on the King Tuts Wah Wah Hut Stage. In addition, Editors put in one of the performances of the series on BBC's Later With Jools Holland and have recorded a special cover version for inclusion in Radio One's 40 year celebrations.
The band now continue to play festivals across Europe interspersed with trips to the USA, Japan and Australia. They return to the UK in August to play the V Festivals at Stafford and Chelmsford prior to a full UK tour in October including a third date at London's Brixton Academy due to overwhelming popular demand. Check www.editorsofficial.com for dates and current ticket availability.
`An End Has A Start' is released on 3rd September through Kitchenware Records with exclusive B sides and remixes. Formats are as follows:
CD1 - `An End Has A Start' / `Open Up'
CD2)- `An End Has A Start' / Jacknife Lee Remix / The Whip Remix / Boom Bip Remix
7" - `An End Has A Start' / `Open Up'
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