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Live Gig Video: Editors share promo for ‘Darkness at the Door’, taken from current album ‘Violence’ and filmed in Amsterdam

 
By on Wednesday, 18th April 2018 at 4:00 pm
 

Editors had a busy March. They released their sixth studio album ‘Violence’. Tom Smith and co. also played the Continent, including a massive show at the 17,000 capacity Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. While at the Dutch behemoth of a venue, someone had the good idea of filming parts of the show, including their performance of ‘Darkness at the Door’, the newest single to be taken from the LP. The visuals were prepared by long-time collaborator Rahi Rezvani, and it gives you some idea of what it’s like to be at an Editors show like this, exit streamers and all. Watch the video below. Editors will be touring the UK in October, check out all the tour dates through here. For all of our past coverage on the group, go here.

 

Daily Roundup – 20th January 2009

 
By on Tuesday, 20th January 2009 at 12:05 pm
 

I meant to pop this up last night, but somehow didn’t quite manage it, so here are some things that are tickling our fancy here at TGTF at the moment.

Red Light Company (new side)We were sent two very special MP3s yesterday from Red Light Company (who we introduced here, and are off on tour shortly). Their debut album is out shortly, so expect more coverage as that comes out – they’re really rather great. Download and enjoy, as ever.

MP3: Red Light Company – Arts And Crafts (School of Seven Bells Remix)
MP3: Red Light Company – Be the One (Ting Tings cover)

You may remember that we’ve proclaimed our love for Fabchannel before, the video service which lets viewers catch gigs filmed live. They’ve announced that tomorrow night (Wednesday 21st January) they’ll have of Montreal (pictured top) live on their website – just go here from 6:30pm (GMT) and catch the action as it happens from Amsterdam. Expect colour, chaos and anything else that begins with C when the US experimental popsters take to the stage.

Like a bit of down and dirty indie-rock? The 51/50’s have announced that they have a new single out next Monday (26th January). The rising foursome count The Rolling Stones, Guns N’ Roses, Thin Lizzy and Oasis all amongst their influences, and have an incredibly sing-it-loud style that would keep most Kooks or Pigeon Detectives fans of today happy, along with the older school who love the Stones or Guns and Roses. “Lies” is that great sort of song that everyone will love, so make sure you pop on down to your local independent record store or iTunes come Monday to get hold of a copy to say you were one of the first to discover them.

Finally, you know I love Friendly Fires. I’ve caught them live twice, now they’ve gone and released what must be the last single from their debut album, Skeleton Boy. As with all great songs, there’s a great video… featuring Skeletons. See the great pun they did there? Oh, okay. Watch it below. Apologies about the quality – couldn’t find a better one around.

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