Last month, Editors released their sixth album, Violence. Following “Magazine” and “Hallelujah (So Low),” they’ve launched “Darkness At The Door” as the third single. It’s perhaps the cheeriest song on the album, and among the lighter tunes among their entire catalog, its name notwithstanding. The song celebrates friendships that last and always feel like home.
Its new music video may look like your average concert footage clip, but it actually serves to illustrate that lyrical message. After all, Editors’ fans have been with them for well over a decade, and that’s pretty close to friendship, right?
The video for “Darkness At The Door” shows the band performing in front of 17,000 fans at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. Director Rahi Rezvani captured the sold-out show and all of Editors’ electric energy onstage. Their enthusiasm is contagious as Tom Smith, Russell Leetch, Ed Lay, Justin Lockey, and Elliott Williams play and rile up the crowd.
Watch the new “Darkness At The Door” music video below:
“Darkness At The Door” appears on Editors’ new album, Violence, released last month. You can download the album from iTunes or stream it on Spotify now. If you prefer physical – or want to snag two bonus tracks – head over to Editors’ official store. You may also want to check out the acoustic version of “Darkness At The Door,” available on both Spotify on iTunes.
If the live clip enticed you, be sure to see Editors on their upcoming tours. They’ll be in the United States for the first time in years next month; they also have festival dates around Europe this summer and a scheduled tour through the U.K. and Ireland next fall. Check out all the tour dates and find tickets before it’s too late!
Enjoy the new “Darkness At The Door” music video, and keep checking back here for all the latest Editors music news.
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