Orbital, who headline the Jazz-World stage on Sunday at Glastonbury, release their second single from ‘The Middle Of Nowhere’ on July 5. They have also confirmed other festival appearances at the Edinburgh Flux Festival.
‘Nothing Left’ is a rerecording and comes with remixes by Tsunami One, Way Out West and Schizoid Man and two new Orbital mixes – ‘Much Ado About Nothing Left’ and ‘Nothing Left Out’.
They have also finished two new tracks for the next Orbital album, scheduled for release in 2000.
Orbital follow their Glastonbury appearance with US dates (with Lo Fi Allstars and Crystal Method) at
Chicago Congress (July 4) Detroit State Theatre (6) Cleveland Nautica (7) Pittsburgh The Crane (8) New York Hammerstein (9) Boston Worcester Palladium (10) Philadelphia Electric Factory (11) Jacksonville Fairgrounds (13) Atlanta Tabernacle (14) New Orleans State Palace (15) Austin Music Hall (16) Dallas Bronco Bowl (17) Tulsa Brandy Theatre (18) Tebpe Club Rio (20) Las Vegas House Of Blues (22) San Francisco Bill Graham Auditorium (23) Los Angeles Long Beach Convention Centre (24)
They return to Europe to play
Plymouth Total Eclipse (August 10) Edinburgh Flux Festival (13) Stafford V99 (21) Chelmsford V99 (22) Irish Homelands Festival (September 25)
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