"Papillon" is the first single from Editors' third album, In This Light and on This Evening, set to be released in the US on 19 January 2010. The album has already seen the light of day in the UK and debuted at #1. This marks the third release for Editors, whose first album, An End Has a Start, went platinum in '07. You can stream "Papillon" here if you have QuickTime.
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