40 fans have purchased tickets today to Editors concerts.
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Midlands’ Indie Rockers from the UK, Editors, have spent the last decade and a bit releasing two Platinum selling albums that have earned them an international following, eight UK Top 40 Singles, amassing over two million albums sales worldwide.
Based in the very middle of England in what some would called the second city of England – Birmingham, Editors have made such a name for themselves over the course of their career, cementing their status as a successful indie rock band. It all began when the band crossed paths studying Music Technology at Staffordshire University, but decided very quickly after their formation that their degrees weren’t the most relevant career choices for them and continued to perform around the Midlands and the surrounding areas. At this point in their career they were known as Pilot, which was great and, a memorable name to spread the name of the band but a Scottish band unfortunately already took it, so they changed it to The Pride and continued to build up their fan base, featuring in Fused Magazine, and releasing a six-track EP. Through word of mouth, they became such a successful unsigned band, and then had the opportunity to play at the Birmingham O2 Academy, which thirty A&R reps attended. It really was the start of something new fore this outfit.
After signing to a label based in Newcastle, everything began to take shape with the band playing on the festival circuits, and then releasing their full-length debut album “The Back Room”, which became a Platinum selling album, featuring all six songs from their six-track EP, such as “Munich”, “Blood” and “Lights”. It’s no wonder that Editors keep doing what they’re doing. They truly are a pride of the Midlands, UK.