FORBIDDEN FRUIT 2017: The Joy of Spex- Interview with Orbital

The recently reunited Orbital take their rightful place at the top of this year's Forbidden Fruit bill. Edwin McFee hears about their return, their views on the new crop of dance stars, and why festivals will always have a special place in their hearts.

This year saw the welcome return of everyone’s...

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