The Editor's Wife
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It was all I could do to retrieve the three quarters from my pocket, tuck the magazine neatly into my backpack and pedal on home on my ten-speed so I could discover what this article could possibly be about (perhaps about a female circus tamer?
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Yet despite emerging from lockdown with one of their strongest releases yet, the group continue to face challenges. Smith also sang in Burrows' track "Watch Me Fall Again" from his third album Fall Together Again (2014). Very early on, well before I reached the age of 13, I became aware that the idea of spanking naughty young girls was somehow my "thing" and had an overpowering effect on me.He has been offered a voluntary redundancy from his job at the Inland Revenue, his parents have died, his brother is somewhat estranged, his marriage has broken down. Smith explained, "If I ever find myself writing something too straightforward, I try to twist it, so it ends up odd and baffling. Smith’s songwriting has always held a mirror up to whatever he has been going through in his personal life.
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In 2013, Smith contributed vocals for the song "Lux Lisbon" by German rapper Casper on his album Hinterland.Smith is 41 now, with sons aged 14 and nine and a house in the countryside (his wife, Edith Bowman, is a well-known TV presenter and journalist in the UK). After a number of name changes and preluding singles, Editors released their debut album The Back Room on 25 July 2005 to critical acclaim. Ok, perhaps the ending was a bummer, but at least the article was in the same galaxy as my interest.
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Early in their career, they were compared unfavourably to gloomy bands that had come out of the north of England in the late 1970s and 1980s – the Guardian described them as the “ITV2 version of Joy Division”.
Regarding the sound of the album, lead singer Tom Smith stated that it "[has] a foot in that alt rock/ Americana world" and that it feels "untouchable at times". In 2012, they abandoned their minimalist new wave sound in favour of the more expansive and song-based approach that would define their next LP, The Weight Of Your Love. Each issue usually had a small story in the "News of the World" section regarding spanking - usually some unverifiable story about girls in Scandinavia being spanked at school - as well as a mention of spanking in the interview with the centerfold model.