Orange Sky (song)

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For the 2006 Ukrainian film, see The Orange Sky.
"Orange Sky"
Single by Alexi Murdoch
from the album Four Songs
Released May 6, 2003
Format ??
Recorded 2002
Genre Rock, folk rock
Length 6:19
Label Alexi Murdoch Music
Producer(s) Alexi Murdoch; Chad Fischer

"Orange Sky" is a single from Alexi Murdoch's EP Four Songs. The song is also included on Murdoch's first LP album Time Without Consequence.

Uses in other media[edit]

The song was featured in the movie Garden State, although it was not released on the soundtrack for the film, and Ladder 49. It was also included in episodes of the television shows Dawson's Creek, The O.C., Prison Break, House, Brothers & Sisters, Suburgatory and Ugly Betty. "Orange Sky" has also been featured in commercials for the Honda Element and for Hallmark Cards. It was used again in the trailer for the film Paradise Now in 2005. Director Josh Lowell also used it for several sequences in the climbing video Pilgrimage featuring Chris Sharma. In 2009, NBC used the song in advertisements for the cop drama Southland. The song was also featured in the 2009 movie, Away We Go.

Orange Sky Laundry, a service offering free clothes washing for the homeless in Australia, was named for the song.[1]


  1. ^ Browne, Rachel (6 November 2015). "Orange Sky Laundry offers free washing service for Sydney's homeless". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 17 September 2016.