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An End Has A Start

The Editors
In 2005 Editors were peddling wannabe stadium rock from their distinctly average debut ‘The Back Room’. Now, due to a series of incredible summer slots, they’re more popular at festivals than Michael Eavis with a cake tray, and are making stone-cold classics like ‘An End Has A Start’. More of a three-minute ‘event’ rather than a song,

it THWACKS you like an army of Bono clones simultaneously punching you in the mush, and is more finely-honed than Tom Smith’s eyebrows. Seriously, check them out, don’t tell us they’re not plucked every morning.

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