The dance duo say farewell to the festival that made them famous…

ORBITAL drew their career to a close headlining the OTHER STAGE at


Competing with Muse on the Pyramid Stage, Paul and Phil Hartnoll comemorated ten years of playing the festival with a string of hits taken from their first two classic albums ‘Green’ and ‘Brown’.

Kicking off with ‘Remind’, the band only performed two tracks from their latest (and last) album.

Hits included ‘The Box’, an extended ‘Remind’, ‘Satan’, ‘Halcyon’ and ‘Impact’.

Live favourite ‘Lush’ was reworked to include a sample of The Darkness’ ‘I Believe In A Thing Called Love’ alongside the Bon Jovi and Belinda Carlisle samples.

Orbital perform their last ever set at T In The Park in two weeks’ time.

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