Orbital upload video for forthcoming single 'New France' online

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Orbital upload video for forthcoming single 'New France' online

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Orbital have posted the music video for their latest single 'New France' online.

The clip sees the dance duo taking a cuddly toy, who comes to life, out clubbing for the night. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click below to view it.

The track, which features Zola Jesus, is the lead single from their forthcoming album 'Wonky', which is released on April 2.

The record marks the pair's ninth studio LP and their first in eight years, since 2004's 'Blue Album'. It was recorded in Brighton and mixed by Depeche Mode/U2 knob twiddler Flood.

Orbital will tour the UK in support of the album in early April and play six shows. The trek begins at Manchester's Academy on April 5 and runs until April 10, when the duo headline London's Royal Albert Hall.

To check the availability of Orbital tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The band released a track from 'Wonky' late last year. You can hear the song, which is titled 'Never', by clicking below.

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