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25 Pieces of Wisdom From Editors Lyrics

Editors have quickly become one of the UK's best-loved bands, finding success in Europe and across the world with their epic soundscapes and Tom Smith's distinctive, emotive baritone vocals.

They also have a fine way with a lyric; we've scoured their back catalogue to find you 25 pieces of unmissable wisdom contained within their songs. Read and learn.

Editors latest album The Weight Of Your Love is out now. Their new single Sugar is released 24th March (watch the video here). Editors play London's Roundhouse on 18th and 19th March (dates now sold out). For more information visit www.editorsofficial.com

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