Watch the Editors frontman perform this classic song solo at Banquet Records in Kingston.
The dark indie rock sound of Editors began in 2002, coming to prominence in 2005 with debut album The Back Room.
Hits such as Munich and Blood were spawned, earning the band a nomination for the Mercury Prize.
Since The Back Room, the band have released three more albums: An End Has A Start (2007), In This Light And On This Evening (2009) and The Weight Of Your Love (2013).
Their fifth album is due for release in 2015.
They are: frontman Tom Smith, Russell Leetch on bass, Ed Lay on drums, Justin Lockey on lead guitar and Elliott Williams on keys.
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