Marrying dark angular rock with a sharp pop sense, English band Editors emerged in the early 2000s as part of the post-punk revival that also included contemporaries Interpol, White Lies, and The Cinematics. Following their 2005 debut, The Back Room, they scored a pair of U.K. chart-toppers, including In This Light and on This Evening, which found the band incorporating more synth pop elements. They furthered that digital push on 2015’s In Dream, before striking a balance between rock and electronic with 2018’s Violence.
The band have dropped a new track, ‘Heart Attack’ – their first since 2019 and a debut for frequent collaborator Blanck Mass, who has joined as a full-time member.
Arriben les festes de la Mercè, arriba el BAM. Repassarem els millors concerts d’aquest festival com els de Arlo Parks i Biig Piig entre d’altres. Divus Julius estrenarà el més nou de Whitney,Editors,Haim, Metronomy,Iggy Pop o Ferran Palau i presentarà a nous artistes com Sam Fender,Inhaler o Gia Ford.
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She Wants Revenge is a kick-ass band from Los Angeles, California. They are heavily influenced by Joy Division and early New Order. Their music is highly enjoyable. Their music is characterized by a dark and sexual nature. She Wants Revenge with Interpol and Editors created a revival post-punk media scene in early 2000 that crossed borders.
His self-titled debut album was released with three singles “These Things” (where his video clip features the performance of Garbage vocalist Shirley Manson), “Out of Control” and “Tear You Apart” The post-punk dance rockers, released last year their latest banger of a single “Big Love.” Tonight in concert at Sala Salamandra.
Et portem les millors playlists musicals del moment. Tenim prepart per vosaltres el més bonic soroll per les vostres orelles. Divus Julius ha seleccionat per aquesta setmana el més nou de: Sleater-Kinney, The Chemical Brothers, Hatchie, Spector o Editors. Us presentem a The Mauskovic Dance Band i Childare, i també al nou rei del rap català: Lildami.
Editors will play today at Razzmatazz their new album, Violence. the British outfit’s sixth album overall.
The record follows 2015’s well-received self-produced effort, In Dream. As signaled by the lead track “Magazine”, Violence finds Editors taking their dark wave rock towards a poppier sound. Some of that is likely the result of working with a producer whom the band had never met — not even during the recording process. After writing the majority of the album in an old cow shed near Oxford, UK, they began collaborating remotely with Benjamin John Power, aka Blanck Mass, leading to some unexpected shifts in style.
Ville à Dômat is in vogue! Estem de moda! Som el programa que descobreix a més nous talents indies! Divus Julius Bonaseraens presenta aquesta setmana a nous artistes com Tsar B, Whenyoung,la lune,Westerman,Amen Dunes,Happy Accidents o Moaning. Descobrim a Night Flight, els nous Coldplay. A més, estrenem el més nou de Courtney Barnett,Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Eels,Janelle Monáe,Editors o Public Access T.V. Tota la informació sobre el cartell del Festival Cruïlla i del Let’s Festival.
Editors will release their sixth album in March. It’s called ‘Violence’ and is the follow-up to 2015’s ‘In Dream’, and will be released on March 9th.
Tom Smith and co. have also made the first song from the album, ‘Magazine’, available online. Smith said that the song ” is a pointed finger aimed at those in power…some corrupt politician or businessman…a character, and a tongue in cheek poke at the empty posturing and playing to the masses of the power hungry.”
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