The Olympia Theatre
Saturday 10th October 2015
Editors have announced their highly anticipated live return with a show at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on Saturday 10th October 2015.
Tickets priced from €33 inclusive of booking fee went on salevia Ticketmaster.ie, usual Ticketmaster outlets including The Olympia Theatre Box Office, and by calling Ticketmaster at The Olympia Phone Bookings on 0818 719 330. Please note, this show is now SOLD OUT to capacity, no more tickets will be available.
Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult, Over 18's ID required to gain access to the bars where alcohol is served.
Approximate times as follows: doors open 7pm, Victories At Sea at about 7.50pm to 8.30pm, Editors due on stage around 9pm. We would expect the show to be over sometime around 10.30pm/11pm.Please note, times subject to change as always.
Editors are back. When a fan discovered a new track ‘No Harm’ hidden on the current Play It Again Sam compilation and shared it with the world, the first fruit of the band’s recording sessions in the remote Western highlands of Scotland was available to hear. Tracks are now being finalised for a new Editors album in the autumn of 2015, the first to be produced by the band, with Alan Moulder on mixing duties. ‘No Harm’ is available to download via the band’s official website for free, now.
Editors’ last album, ‘The Weight Of Your Love’ (2013) was the high watermark for the band in a ten year career that has seen plenty of highlights. Racking up Top Ten placings across Europe, (including number ones in Holland and Belgium and a fourth consecutive Top Ten in the UK), the album propelled the band to headline shows at Werchter and Lowlands in Benelux and high profile slots at Glastonbury and Reading, amongst a list of dates that spanned four continents and over one hundred venues and festivals, including their first ever shows in Africa.
‘The Weight Of Your Love’ followed Editors’ two consecutive UK Number One UK Albums, ‘An End Has A Start’ (2007) and ‘In This Light And On This Evening’ (2009). Their debut album, ‘The Back Room’ (2005) has now sold over half a million copies in the UK alone whilst the band have combined album sales of over 2 million across the world.