Editors unveil new single ‘Frankenstein’, a “cartoon song for the freaks”

It’s recently become a firm live favourite, closing their festival sets.

Photo: Rahi Rezvani

Editors have shared their new single ‘Frankenstein’, the track the band have been using to close festival sets with a bang in recent weeks.

The band’s Tom Smith calls it “A song of joy and escapism - a cartoon song for the freaks, the different and for the night”.

For production, the band reunited with Jacknife Lee, the man behind their platinum-selling second record ‘An End Has A Start’.

It’s their second release of 2019, The Blanck Mass Sessions last month, a deconstructed electronic version of 2018’s most recent studio LP ‘Violence’ (which got a 3 and a half star review from DIY, no less!).

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