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Stafford, England, United Kingdom
Snowfield, The Pride and Pilot
The English rock band Editors formed in Stafford in 2002. Current members are Tom Smith, Russell Leetch, Ed Lay, Justin Lockey and Elliott Williams. The band previously performed with the names Snowfield and The Pride and Pilot. As Editors, the group has released five albums, two of which reached platinum status. The Black Room (2005) included the hit singles “Blood” and “Munich.” The album An End Has a Start (2007) reached the top spot on the UK Album Chart and led to a Brit Awards nomination for Best British Band. Their most recent album, In Dream (2015), included the singles “No Harm” and “Marching Orders.
It's a tornado for words, for emotions even, it's about love about interrelationship about can't absolutely stand the idea of being without the loved one, even his/her flaws are the opening line for the track, it's uptempo, it's made to drive to by the night, it's made to take you journeys to the land of pure affection.
It's funny, I've been thinking this for a couple of days, when a mate replied when asked to go to this gig together, that he "can't stand for so long, he needs a place to rest within a concert", when I first heard that I first thought "wow, a piece of old-fart bullcrap" then it hit me : It's because his gf is out of town....