OMD celebrate their 40th anniversary with a special one-off return to the Royal Albert Hall.
Set to be a totally unique night for all OMD fans, the evening will see them perform two stunning sets. Opening with the more atmospheric soundscapes of Stanlow, Statues, and Ghost Star and a handful of rarities that commemorate their beginning 40 years ago. Also many rarely played tracks taken from their debut album OMITD.
Following a short break the remainder of the night will be dedicated to their much loved hit singles taken from an impressive 13 album career, from the classic Enola Gay to highlights from Architecture & Morality and more recent hits Don’t Go and Isotype.
OMD have sold an astonishing 25 million singles and 15 million albums, which has established them as electronic synthesiser pioneers and one of Britain’s best-loved pop groups.
OMD, aka Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, are the long established synth-pop Wirral duo Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys. The band rose to fame with their fourth single 'Enola Gay', which became a major hit throughout Europe in 1980, then went on to achieve worldwide popularity in '81 with their third album 'Architecture & Morality', selling over 4 million copies. The continued to be active throughout the rest of the 80s, through the 90s, 00s and into the 2010s, still scoring hit albums and delivering unmissable live shows.
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Royal Albert Hall
- Kensington Gore
- SW7 2AP
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