According to PopMatters’ own Michael Lomas, Editors’ The Back Room “is an assured debut album from a promising band. Greatness, for the moment, might elude them, but Editors are the real deal. The spiky guitars and swirling synth textures that make up this record are hardly visionary, but when it’s all done as effortlessly as this, it sure is exciting. Touching on desolate themes of loss and mortality and shooting them through with a sparky, almost hopeful abandon, the songs Editors have given us here are definitely worth listening to.” Now, Editors have returned with an iTunes-released EP that gathers four tracks from The Back Room as remixed by various artists.
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