By on September 21, 2017

The British indie rock band Editors has won prices, filled venues worldwide and sold millions of records (where two albums sold platinum). The 2005 post-punking debut album “The Back Room” slammed like a bomb and with songs like “Munich”, “Papillon”, “Sugar” and “Ocean of Night”, Editors has become one of England’s most important bands. Thursday, March 29, the band will come to Berns in Stockholm!

Tickets will be released today, Thursday 21 September at 11.00 am via

In a world where indie rock, synthpop, post punk revival and dark wave meet – there it is the Editors who control and set. It is the Birmingham band that developed a classic British sound into something completely different – with influences from Joy Division, Echo & The Bunnymen, Interpol and U2, among others.

The band is fronted by the singer Tom Smith – as by Daily Mirror named the singer in England with “the biggest vocal range”, 2014. Before singers like Elton John, Freddie Mercury and Robert Plant. It says a bit about Smith’s amazing beep and ability to get the words to dance, accompanied by Editors often dark and innovative sound.

We are now looking forward to welcome the iconic British band to Stockholm and Berns on March 29!

Helena Olofsson, Entertainment | Stockholm