OMD to Release Two More Vinyl Reissues

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Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (OMD) have announced vinyl reissues of their albums Liberator and Universal, set for release on August 6th. It follows their ‘Souvenir’ 40th anniversary celebrations in 2020, when they released a greatest hits album and anniversary box set.

Neither of the albums have been available on vinyl since their initial release, and they will both return on 180g black vinyl. They have been remastered at Abbey Road Studios, following in the footsteps of their popular singles ‘Enola Gay’ and ‘Electricity’, both of which have been reissued recently.

OMD have also confirmed a UK tour in November of this year. They will be performing the albumArchitecture & Morality, along with a collection of other hits from their extensive back catalogue. The tour includes two eagerly anticipated hometown shows at the Liverpool Empire and Olympia

They will also be performing a ‘You Me & OMD’ livestream at London’s Indigo at The O2 on June 19th, in an attempt to rally fans in raising money and awareness for their crew, whose livelihoods have been decimated during the pandemic. OMD will play the following UK arena headline shows in November 2021:

2021 UK Headline Tour Dates
Mon 1st        GLASGOW, O2 Academy
Tues 2nd        EDINBURGH, Usher Hall
Wed 3rd        GATESHEAD, Sage
Fri 5th            HULL Bonus Arena
Sat 6th        LEEDS, First Direct Arena
Sun 7th        CAMBRIDGE, Corn Exchange
Tues 9th        LEICESTER, DeMontfort Hall
Wed 10th        CARDIFF, Motorpoint Arena
Fri 12th        BIRMINGHAM, Resorts World Arena
Sat 13th        LONDON, Eventim Apollo
Sun 14th        BOURNEMOUTH, BIC
Tues 16th        BRIGHTON, Brighton Centre
Wed 17th        OXFORD, New Theatre
Fri 19th        MANCHESTER, O2 Apollo
Sat 20th        MANCHESTER, O2 Apollo
Sun 21st        LIVERPOOL, Empire
Tues 23rd        LIVERPOOL, Eventim Olympia

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