Orbital are to reissue their seminal self-titled 1991 debut album, known to fans as The Green Album. Formats include a four LP Box Set, 4 four CD Box Set, Black and Coloured two LP, two CD, and Cassette. All tracks have been fully remastered by Phil and Paul Hartnoll for the very first time.

The news arrives as the duo confirm details for The Green + Brown Tour this Spring, in which they will revisit not only The Green Album but also its legendary successor The Brown Album at their upcoming UK and Ireland dates in April and May.

Originally released on 30th September, 1991, The Green Album contains landmark Orbital tracks including their breakthrough 1990 single Chime, and the evergreen comedown classic Belfast.

Orbital soon become giants of electronic music. The Hartnoll brothers would go on to redefine what dance music could do and the place it took within popular culture itself. Their music has influenced and inspired artists from Björk to Bicep and they have collaborated with minds as diverse as Madonna, Kraftwerk and Professor Brian Cox.

Following The Green Album their second self-titled album, aka The Brown Album, cemented Orbital’s position as musical visionaries. A career of creative leaps quite unlike those usually seen in the fast turnover world of dance music followed, including creating soundtracks for Hollywood films including 1997’s Event Horizon, and most recently for Mike Myers Netflix series The Pentaverate.



Date Venue
Wed 24th The Great Hall Exeter
Thu 25th O2 Southampton Guildhall
Fri 26th O2 Institute Birmingham
Sat 27th Troxy London
Sun 28th Rock City Nottingham


Date Venue
Thu 2nd Bristol Beacon
Fri 3rd The Barrowland Ballroom Glasgow
Sat 4th O2 Victoria Warehouse Manchester
Sun 5th Vicar Street Dublin

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