Editors lose guitarist Chris UrbanowiczPosted on 17/04/12
The British act Editors has parted ways with lead guitarist Chris Urbanowicz (second from the left). The departure was announced yesterday via a statement on the Editors' website. Apparently the split is based upon a difference concerning the future musical direction which is said to be far more electronic. At the moment Tom Smith, Russell Leetch and Ed Lay are working on a new album together with producer Flood. As it seems Urbanowicz will not be replaced for the time being.
The 4th studio album will be the follow up to 2009's "In This Light and on This Evening".
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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