Editors confirm details of new album ‘In Dream’

Editors (Photo: Gary Mather for Live4ever)

Editors (Photo: Gary Mather for Live4ever)

Editors have confirmed the release of their new album ‘In Dream‘ on October 2nd.

The announcement follows the surprise inclusion of ‘No Harm’ on a Play It Again Sam label sampler, and the unveiling of ‘Marching Orders’ via 300 test pressings donated to Oxfam.

The LP was recorded in Crear in the Western Highlands, mixed in London by Alan Moulder.

As previously reported on Live4ever, Editors embark on a long, 40-date tour of Europe which takes them right through to the end of the year, the full details are:

UK, Belfast, Limelight (9)
Ireland, Dublin, Olympia Theatre (10)
UK, Bristol, Colston Hall (12)
UK, London, Hammersmith Apollo (13)
UK, Portsmouth, Pyramid Centre (15)
UK, Birmingham, O2 Academy (16)
UK, Leeds, O2 Academy (17)
UK, Glasgow, O2 ABC (18)
UK, Newcastle, O2 Academy (20)
UK, Cambridge, Junction (21)
UK, Manchester, Manchester Academy (22)
France, Paris, Le Trianon (28)
France, Lille, Splendide (29)
Belgium Venue TBA (31)

Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Den Atelier (1)
Germany, Cologne, Koln Palladium (2)
Netherlands, Amsterdam, Heineken Music Hall (4)
Germany, Hamburg, Mehr Theater (8)
Germany, Berlin, Columbiahalle (9)
Germany, Offenbach, Stadthalle (10)
Germany, Munich, Tonhalle (12)
France, Strasbourg, Laiterie (13)
France, Lyon, Radiant (15)
Spain, Barcelona, Razzmatazz (16)
Spain, Madrid, La Riviera (17)
Switzerland, Lausanne, Les Docks (27)
Italy, Bologna, Paladozza (28)
Austria, Vienna, Gasometer (29)

Slovenia, Ljubljana, Kino Siska (1)
Croatia, Zagreb, Culture Factory (2)
Greece, Athens, Gazi Music Hall (4)
Greece, Thessaloniki, Principal Club Theatre (5)
Turkey, Istanbul, Volkswagen Arena (6)
Hungary, Budapest, Barba Negra (8)
Czech Republic, Prague, Roxy (9)
Poland, Warsaw, Progresja Music Zone (10)
Poland, Poznan, MTP2 (11)
Switzerland, Zurich, X-tra (13)
France, Marseille, Espace Julien (14)
France, Bordeaux, Le Rocher De Palmer (15)

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