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Celebrating a Friends Life
From : Brent Hickman
My best friend Kyle and I discovered Editors in 07 by hearing Fingers in the Factories. The band helped us forge our friendship and love of music. In 2009 I had bought a plane ticket and concert ticket for Kyle and I to go to San Diego to see Editors at the House of Blues. Unfortunately on 1/2/10 Kyle took his own life before I had the chance to tell him about the concert. I still ended up going to the concert and it was an amazing experience. Hearing all of our favorite songs and the energy coming from the band was beyond emotional for me. Hearing the crowd roar back at Tom when he was singing was like a dream come true. The electricity felt like it was pulsing through me. I felt almost as if the band had known about the tragedy in my life and added extra emotion to the set. Being in the balcony watching and listening to song after song, I could feel Kyle's presence with me. This concert helped me through one of the hardest times in my life. I was able to experience our favorite band and help gain comfort from them. It cemented my love for the band. I still remember the concert even nine years later, something I will never forget.
The Black Gold Archives

Welcome to the Black Gold Archives. Explore the timeline as it chronicles sixteen tracks that make up the Black Gold greatest hits record and discover stories from each song. Videos, photos and memories written by the band and people who lived through every era of Editors. And, most importantly, add your own memory to the archives and let the whole world share in it. Every memory that is shared will be added to the archive. A photo of a tiny, sweaty gig in the early 2000s… A grainy video taken from your old camera phone thrust in the air while you lived out your favourite festival moment… Or maybe words. A story, a moment, a memory.

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