Orbital’s Phil and Paul Hartnoll are set to soundtrack a brand new Netflix series coming this summer, The Pentaverate.
Landing on the streaming platform on May 5, The Pentaverate features a score entirely curated by the duo which is said to include “some of their best work” to date.
“An unlikely pair of Kentish brothers find themselves on a mission to score the truth and possibly do some of their best work ever,” they announced on Twitter alongside a teaser for the new show.
An unlikely pair of Kentish brothers find themselves on a mission to score the truth and possibly do some of their best work ever!— Orbital (@orbitalband) March 16, 2022
The Pentaverate launching May 5 on @netflix #ThePentaverate #Pentaverate #Orbital pic.twitter.com/PVrDar1unl
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Starring Mike Myers, The Pentaverate also features stars from the likes of Jeremy Irons who narrates the series, as well as Richard McCabe, Ken Jeong, Keegan-Michael Key, and Lydia West.
“After influencing global events for centuries, a secret society faces a dangerous threat from within. Can a Canadian reporter save them — and the world?” reads the description for the forthcoming series.
Also featuring British comedian Jennifer Saunders in two separate roles, the series focuses on a secret society of men with Mike Myers changing between eight different characters.
Orbital recently celebrated 30 years since the release of their debut self-titled album that shot the pair into fame in 1991.
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Earlier last year, Special Request also took the reigns on remixing Orbital’s classic track ‘Chime’, which was later used in a documentary on the legacy of UK rave, Better Days: The Story of UK Rave.
Watch the trailer for the new Netflix series soundtracked by Orbital above.
Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter