See how the band's bleak, physics-defying new video came together
Michael Baggs

11:47 20th March 2014

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Editors' mainstream comeback in 2013 with fourth album The Weight Of Your Love has been a complete and utter success, proving that eight years after they first smashed their way onto the scene, the band are only getting bigger and better.

This week, the band performed two shows at Camden's Roundhouse, playing some of their biggest hits to their London fans, with Tom Smith and co still one of the most impressive and enduring bands on the British live scene.

Editors return on 24 March 2014 with new single 'Sugar', the fourth to be lifted from The Weight Of Your Love. A stirring, dark indie anthem, the track comes back with a brilliant (and seriously disturbing) video, which seemingly defies physics with individuals floating, sliding and falling around the band as they perform in a dingy studio. Click here to watch the 'Sugar' video in full.

Editors have today revealed a behind the scenes look at the 'Sugar' video exclusively on Gigwise. Filmed in Antwerp, the clip lifts the lid on the seriously impressive promo clip (although thanks to Editors' music, it's almost as dark and bleak as the original video).

See behind the scenes on Editors' 'Sugar' video, exclusively, below

'Sugar' is released on 24 March, 2014. The Weight Of Your Love is out now, and comes highly recommended

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Photo: Matt Spalding / Press