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Orbital Announces 2023 Uk/ireland Tour and Releases “Ringa Ringa (the Old Pandemic Folk Song)”.

Orbital has revealed that they will be touring the United Kingdom and Ireland in 2023. This tour is in support of their soon-to-be-released album, “Optical Delusion,” and the forward-thinking electronic duo will play a total of 13 shows across the United Kingdom and Ireland during the following spring.

On March 15, it will begin in Belfast and continue on to make three stops around Ireland. After that, they will continue the match with games in Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Bristol, London, Leeds, Cambridge, and Nottingham before wrapping it up on April 8 in Brighton.

The beginning of the pre-sale will take place at 10:00 on Wednesday, December 14, while the beginning of the general sale will take place at the same time on Friday, December 16, also at 10:00. You may view the complete list of upcoming dates here, as well as purchase tickets.

MARCH 2023
15 – Belfast, Mandela Hall

16 – Dublin, National Stadium
17 – Dublin, National Stadium
18 – Limerick, The Big Top
28 – Glasgow, SWG3
29 – Newcastle, NX
30 – Manchester, Albert Hall
31 – Bristol, O2 Academy

1 – London, O2 Academy Brixton
5 – Leeds, O2 Academy
6 – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
7 – Nottingham, Rock City
8 – Brighton, Brighton Centre

In addition, Orbital released a second track titled “Ringa Ringa (The Old Pandemic Folk Song)” in conjunction with “Optical Illusion.” The song features The Medieval Baebes and provides something akin to a contemporary take on the traditional children’s song “Ring O’ Ring O’ Roses,” which is deeply connected to the Great Plague.

The song is the second one to be taken from “Optical Illusion,” the first one being “Dirty Rat,” which was a collaboration with Sleaford Mods. Paul Hartnall, a member of the band, was quoted as saying that the song was like “a giant capital letter, like in the Book of Kells, where the very first letter always gets a lot of attention from the monk when he draws his illustrated borders.” The quote was included in a press release.

“It has the feel of old-school dance music, with elements of Cabaret Voltaire and perhaps The Shamen thrown in here and there. It’s got a little bit of punk rock in it, and it’s nice and loud,” Hartnall went on to say. A song that is very revitalising and “waking.” And Jason is simply outstanding!

Phil Hartnall continued by saying, “I think it’s about telling individuals to take responsibility for their acts,” and he said this after the previous statement. “You are aware, my friend, that all of these politicians did not appear out of thin air. Someone keeps casting their vote in their favour. Who then could it possibly be…?

According to Jason Williamson of Sleaford Mods, “a chronic culture of non-thought largely exists due to a lack of education in critical thinking.” [Citation needed] How can individuals who are firmly entrenched in a particular system be motivated to take action?

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