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OMD Share “Live From Your Sofa” Hammersmith Apollo London Live Video May 9th 7PM BST | Announce New Merch | 40th Anniversary Box Set Souvenir Out Now Via Universal Music

LISTEN/WATCH & SHARE: OMD – “Live From Your Sofa”

OMD has announced “Live From Your Sofa!” An online visual performance featuring never before seen footage of the whole of last year’s Hammersmith Apollo London show.

The footage will premiere at 8pm (BST) on YouTube this Saturday, May 9th. This will mean everyone watching will see it all at the same time. Fans across the world are able to join each other digitally and connect with the live concert.

In addition to “Live From Your Sofa,” OMD will be reissuing new merchandise and will be selling exclusive items an hour before the event on Saturday May 9th at 7PM (BST.) More information to come shortly.

Last year OMD released their 40th anniversary box set, Souvenir. The special box set is comprised of 5 CD’s and 2 DVDs in a 10″ box set. More information, the box set and new merch is available here.

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This limited edition career box set comprises of 5CD and 2DVDs housed in a 10” box, together with a hardback book, a poster and a series of 10” prints.

The audio discs include all the band’s singles from Electricity to What Have We Done, as well as a brand new single Don’t Go. There is also a previously unreleased live show from the Dazzle Ships Tour from the Hammersmith Odeon in 1983, 22 previously unreleased tracks from the archive which have been selected and mixed by Paul Humphreys and an entire live show from the History of Modern Tour recorded at the Mermaid Theatre in 2011.

One of the DVDs contains BBC TV performances from Top Of The Pops, Old Grey Whistle Test, Later With Jools Holland and more. The other contains a live show from the Crush Tour at Sheffield City Hall in 1985, another live show from the Architecture & Morality Tour at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in 1981, as well as Crush – The Movie.

The book contains unseen photos, single sleeve artwork, an introduction by Paul Morley and sleeve notes to accompany the archive material by Andy McCluskey.

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