What are the iconic 80s songs performed by OMD during their Greatest Hits tour in Australia 2025?

What are the iconic 80s songs performed by OMD during their Greatest Hits tour in Australia 2025?

Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (OMD) to Embark on Greatest Hits Tour in Australia 2025

British electronic music icons Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (OMD) are set to return to Australia for the first time in nearly four decades. The band will embark on a highly anticipated Greatest Hits tour in February 2025, much to the delight of their loyal fan base.

Legendary Electro-Pop Anthems

OMD’s upcoming tour will showcase their timeless catalogue of electro-pop anthems that defined the 1980s. Fans can expect to sing along to iconic tracks like “Enola Gay,” “Secret,” “Souvenir,” and “If You Leave,” which gained global fame as the theme song for the classic film “Pretty in Pink.”

The setlist will also feature other fan favorites such as “(Forever) Live and Die,” “Electricity,” and “Joan Of Arc (Maid Of Orleans).” These songs have become synonymous with OMD’s unique blend of synths, catchy melodies, and introspective lyrics.

45 Years of Musical Legacy

Celebrating 45 years in music, Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys, the founding members of OMD, will perform hits from their extensive discography. The tour coincides with the release of their critically acclaimed 14th studio album, “Bauhaus Staircase,” which showcases their enduring musicality.

McCluskey expressed his excitement for the upcoming tour, saying, “We have tried and tried to get back to Australia for nearly 40 years. We are so excited to be able to say that we are definitely going to play live again down under.”

Early Access and Ticket Sales

Early Bird Presale commences on Wednesday, May 1, followed by general ticket sales on Friday, May 3. Fans are encouraged to act quickly to secure their tickets for this highly anticipated tour.

OMD’s Greatest Hits tour promises to be a nostalgic journey through their illustrious career, featuring the unforgettable songs that have captivated generations of music lovers.

By Mehek

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