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'The Weight Of Your Love' is the follow up to Editors two consecutive Number One UK Albums, 2007s 'An End Has A Start' and 2009s 'In This Light And On This Evening'. Their debut album, 2005s 'The Back Room' has sold over half a million copies in the UK. It is the first album to feature new members Justin Lockey and Elliott Williams following the departure of founding member Chris Urbanowicz in 2012. It was recorded at Blackbird Studio in Nashville with producer Jacquire King (Tom Waits, Norah Jones, Of Monsters And Men, Kings Of Leon) and mixed by Craig Silvey (Arctic Monkeys, The Horrors, Arcade Fire, Bon Iver).

Editors make a series of high profile festival performances across the summer, including headlining slots at Belgium's Werchter Festival, Lowlands in Holland and major appearances at 25 festivals across Europe. In the UK the band play prestigious slots at Glastonbury Festival, T In The Park and Reading and Leeds.

The single is released on 7" on 24th June with live favourite 'The Sting' on the reverse. The Weight Of Your Love' is released by Play It Again Sam on 1st July on cd, double cd (with extra tracks), double heavyweight vinyl and digital download. All releases are available for pre-order at www.editorsofficial.com

CLOSING DATE: Wednesday 3rd July 2013 23:23

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