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ORBITAL RELEASE NEW SINGLE "TONIGHT IN BELFAST" - NORTH AMERICAN HEADLINE DATES ANNOUNCED

Updated: May 2

"Tonight in Belfast" is a piece of electronic music perfection, with DJ Helen blending David Holmes' remix of "Belfast" with Manchester street poet Mike Garry's track "Tonight." Mike's spoken piece brings a heartfelt human connection to the original's uplifting ambience, resulting in a passionate swirling rhythm of thoughts and emotions. The track is accompanied by a new music video by long-time collaborators Remote Viewer featuring Mike Garry traversing a dystopian British urban wasteland before beaming up into the 'tonight'.



The new single from Orbital, David Holmes & DJ Helen featuring Mike Garry, "Tonight in Belfast" is available now via London Records. This brand new track re-interpolates their 1991 classic "Belfast" and heralds the start of a new campaign celebrating Orbital's eponymous debut album (know as the 'Green Album'), set for reissue across multiple formats on April 19 ahead of a headline UK tour, which will see the pioneering duo perform the seminal album in its entirety for the very first time.



Some 33 years after its initial release, and over 10 years since it was last pressed on Vinyl, Orbital will reissue The Green Album on April 19, 2024 on 4LP Box Set, 4CD Box Set, Black and Colored 2 LP, 2CD and Cassette. Pre-order HERE.


Fans are able to pre-order the album ahead of the upcoming tour, which will see Orbital revisit and reinterpret the album in its entirety, including performing several of the tracks live for the very first time. The recently updated The Green + Brown Album Tour will se orbital return stateside, starting in New York on March 2, followed by a date in Chicago on March 23. They will next appear at Miami's Ultra Music Festival on March 24, and Coachella Festival in California on Saturday, April 13 and 20 before returning home for the UK leg of the tour.


Since reuniting with London Records, Orbital have released the 2022 compilation of '30 Something', which contained reworks, remakes, remixes, and re-imaginings of their landmark tracks, and last year's critically acclaimed new studio album Optical Delusion which gave Orbital their first UK Album Chart Top 10 album since 1999's Middle of Nowhere.


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