Editors to release career-spanning box set

'Editors: The Complete Collection' is due out in February 2011

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Editors have announced that they are releasing a career-spanning box set.

'Editors: The Complete Collection' is due out in February 2011 and amongst other things, will include B-sides, rarities and previously unreleased material.

The set includes seven 12-inch vinyl records, seven CDs, a download card for all of the audio and an accompanying book.

"We've raided the vaults," frontman Tom Smith said on the band's official website - EditorsOfficial.com. "[We've] searched through old CD-Rs, cassettes and photo albums and gathered it all together. We'd like you to have this music on any and every format we can produce and also share some photos and memories of the last six years in a volume that you can keep forever."

Pre-orders will begin on December 2, with the first 200 boxsets sold also set to receive a "special personalised surprise from Tom".

For more information, visit EditorsOfficial.com.

Meanwhile, Smith revealed that the group are set to begin rehearsing ideas for the follow-up to 2009's 'In This Light And On This Evening' in a "matter of days".

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