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After the announcement of their forthcoming new studio album, synth pioneers Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (OMD) return to the stage alongside special guest Walt Disco!

“We are so excited to be able to tour again with a brand new album to showcase.”

says Andy McCluskey.

“It’s been six years since we learned new songs for live performances. The songs from Bauhaus Staircase will fit beautifully into our setlist – we just have to choose which five to play, as we have to treat people to the hits as well!”


7pm Doors

8pm Walt Disco

9pm OMD

The band also release Slow Train – the second instalment from their forthcoming new studio album Bauhaus Staircase. A raucous, glam-tinged explosion, Slow Train arrives with help from the band’s only other external influence, David Watts. Known as a rock producer, who helmed Sheffield band The Reytons’ recent No 1 album What’s Rock And Roll?, he brings a sharp, exciting new sound to the record –  listen here.

“Slow Train is a bonkers song and the video is stunningly crazy! “It feels nice to be able to challenge people’s expectations of the band after 45 years of creating music”

The new album sees the band’s most explicitly political record and the crowning achievement of their desire to be both Stockhausen and Abba – born from the impetus to kickstart new explorations during lockdown. A broad, electronic, sonic masterpiece that lyrically tackles the topics of the future, it was predominantly written, recorded, and mixed by both McCluskey & Paul Humphreys (who has recently become a second-time father).

OMD have sold an astonishing 25 million singles and 15 million albums, which has established them as electronic synthesiser pioneers and one of Britain’s best-loved pop groups. Their 13 albums include reissued ‘Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark’ (1980), ‘Organisation’ (1980), ‘Architecture & Morality’ (1981) and ‘Dazzle Ships’ (1983).

By rights, OMD should be in semi-retirement, performing classics like Enola Gay and Maid Of Orleans on the nostalgia festival circuit like so many peers. Instead, they’ve created a landmark album worthy of their finest work. If real life meant OMD were happy to get help, Bauhaus Staircase remains unmistakably the work of a duo who are still perfectly in sync 45 years after their first gig at legendary Liverpool club Eric’s.



7pm Doors

8pm Walt Disco

9pm OMD

All timings are approximate and subject to change


Suitable for ages 14+

U18s accompanied by an adult



Winter Garden is on Compton Street in Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 4BP

10-15 minutes walk from Eastbourne station.
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• Wheelchair spaces available (please see venue seating plans for details)
• Wheelchair accessible toilets
• Ramp access to box office
• Blue Badge parking near to venues
• Assistance Dogs welcome
• Orientation tours available on request
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