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    Having largely eschewed the heavy guitars that weighed down much of their output for the past decade, New Order embrace electronics again on Music Complete. They conjure the kind of synth washes and house-y piano runs that could have easily pulsed across their records during their mid-'80s heyday, making for what is arguably the most refined record they’ve released since 1989’s Technique.


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    After yearsofin-fighting, former New Order bassist Peter Hook is suing ex-bandmates Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, and Gillian Gilbert in a royalties dispute, the BBC reports. Hook, who is no longer in the group and now performs with Peter Hook and the Light, has accused the band of "pillaging" New Order's assets when they set up a new company in 2011 to take care of the band's finances, and didn't include him in the company. Hook claims he's lost out on more than £2.3 million ($3.5 million). 


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    Peter Hook and the Light have announced their latest tour. As with past treks, Hook will revisit material from his former bands, New Order and Joy Division. In this case, he’ll perform each band’s singles and B-sides collection—both of which were titled Substance. Find a full itinerary below.


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    New Order's latest album Music Complete arrived back in September. Today, they released the music video for the track "Tutti Frutti." Directed by Tom Haines, it follows an older man who might be hosting a chat show and might be delusional. Either way, there's a lot of dancing.


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    New Order's latest album Music Complete arrived back in September. Today, they've announced U.S. tour dates in support of the record. Check out the dates below. To accompany the announcement, they've shared an extended mix of forthcoming single "Singularity," which you can hear below.


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    Two weeks ago, word surfaced that a post-punk goldmine was newly on the market. Its contents, from the late 70s and 80s, comprised master tapes and studio outtakes by the likes of Joy Division and New Order-- including a copy of the original Unknown Pleasures master tapes.


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    New Order have released the video for "Singularity," off 2015's Music Complete. The video is composed of footage taken from B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West-Berlin 1979-1989, a documentary about Mark Reeder's life in Germany. Damian Hale, who creates the visuals for New Order's live shows, edited the video. Watch it below, and check out New Order's tour dates.


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    From house to hip-hop, college rock to techno, bubblegum pop to post-punk, heavy metal to hardcore—here are our favorite tracks of the 1980s.


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    New Order were the musical guest on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" last night. They played "Singularity" from their latest album Music Complete. Watch it below.

    The band recently shared an extended mix of "Singularity." They also just embarked on a U.S. tour. Check out their remaining itinerary below.

    New Order:

    03-16 Chicago, IL - Chicago Theatre
    03-19 Los Angeles, CA - Shrine Auditorium
    03-21 Las Vegas, NV - The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan
    03-23 Miami, FL - Fillmore Miami Beach
    04-23 London, England - Teenage Cancer Trust at Royal Albert Hall
    06-18 Barcelona, Spain - Sonar
    06-30 Werchter, Belgium - Werchter Festival
    07-02 Roskilde, Denmark - Roskilde Festival
    07-07 Bilbao, Spain - Bilbao BBK Live
    07-09 Manchester, England - Castlefield Bowl
    07-17 Suffolk, England - Latitude Festival
    08-12 Oslo,  Norway - Øya Festival
    08-14 Helsinki, Finland - Flow Festival
    09-04 Laois, Ireland - Electric Picnic
    09-10 Berlin, Germany - Lollapalooza Berlin


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    Last year, New Order released their latest album Music Complete. Today, they've announced Complete Music, an expanded edition of the record. The package, out May 13 as a 2xCD set and digitally, features extended versions of the entire LP, as well as the original album. All but one of the extended tracks were previously exclusive to a limited-edition vinyl box set edition of Music Complete, which was also released last year; an extended mix of "Singularity" was packaged with the single upon its release. Check out the new artwork and tracklisting below, along with the band's upcoming tour dates.

    Complete Music:
    01 Restless (Extended Version)
    02 Singularity (Extended Version)
    03 Plastic (Extended Version)
    04 Tutti Frutti (Extended Version)
    05 People On The High Line (Extended Version)
    06 Stray Dog (Extended Version)
    07 Academic (Extended Version)
    08 Nothing But A Fool (Extended Version 2)
    09 Unlearn This Hatred (Extended Version)
    10 The Game (Extended Version)
    11 Superheated (Extended Version 2)

    New Order:

    04-23 London, England - Royal Albert Hall
    05-25 Tokyo, Japan - Studio Coast
    06-01, 04 Sydney, Australia - Sydney Opera House
    06-02, 05 Sydney, Australia - Sydney Opera House *
    06-18 Barcelona, Spain - Sónar Festival
    06-22-26 Pilton, United Kingdom - Glastonbury Festival
    06-30 Werchter, Belgium - Werchter Festival
    07-02 Roskilde, Denmark - Roskilde Festival
    07-07 Bilbao, Spain - Bilbao BBK Live
    07-09 Manchester, England - Manchester Castlefield Bowl
    07-14 Southwold, England - Latitude Festival
    08-12 Oslo, Norway - Øya Festival
    08-14 Helsinki, Finland - Flow Festival
    09-04 Stradbally, Ireland - Electric Picnic Festival
    09-10 Berlin, Germany - Lollapalooza Festival

    * with Australian Chamber Orchestra

    Watch New Order's "Singularity" video:


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    Last month, New Order released Complete Music, an expanded edition of their latest album Music Complete. Now, they've announced an updated version of their 2005 compilation Singles. It's out September 9 via Warner Music. The album was remastered by engineer Frank Arkwright (the Smiths) at Abbey Road. Singles adds “I’ll Stay With You” from 2013’s Lost Sirens and replaces the single edits or mixes for the tracks “Nineteen63,” “Run 2,” “Bizarre Love Triangle,” “True Faith,” “Spooky,” “Confusion,” and ‘The Perfect Kiss.” Find the full tracklist below.

    Singles (Disc 1):

    01 Ceremony
    02 Procession
    03 Everything's Gone Green (7'' version)
    04 Temptation (original 7" version)
    05 Blue Monday
    06 Confusion (UK 7'' promo edit)
    07 Thieves Like Us (7'' promo edit)
    08 The Perfect Kiss (7'' edit)
    09 Sub-Culture (7'' version)
    10 Shellshock (7'' edit)
    11 State of the Nation (7'' edit)
    12 Bizarre Love Triangle (7'' remix edit)
    13 True Faith (7'' edit)
    14 Touched by the Hand of God (7'' edit)
    15 Blue Monday '88 (7'' version)

    Singles (Disc 2):

    01 Fine Time (7'' version)
    02 Round and Round (7'' version)
    03 Run 2 (7'' remix edit)
    04 World in Motion
    05 Regret
    06 Ruined in a Day (radio edit)
    07 World (The Price Of Love) (radio edit)
    08 Spooky (minimix)
    09 Nineteen63 (Arthur Baker radio remix)
    10 Crystal (radio edit)
    11 60 Miles An Hour (radio edit)
    12 Here to Stay (radio edit)
    13 Krafty (single edit)
    14 Jetstream (radio edit)
    15 Waiting for the Sirens' Call (Rich Costey radio version)
    16 Turn (Stephen Street edit)
    17 I'll Stay With You (Lost Sirens LP version)

    Revisit New Order's video for “The Perfect Kiss”:


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    Peter Hook, the former New Order and Joy Division bassist who’s recently toured their material as Peter Hook and the Light, has announced a new book. The 768-page, complete biography of New Order, titled Substance: Inside New Order, is out October 6 via Simon & Schuster UK. The book will cover the band’s formation in the wake of Ian Curtis’s suicide and offer a “no-holds-barred, comprehensive account of the band's entire history,” according to the Amazon description.

    “We didn't really think about it afterwards,” Hook writes of Curtis’s death. “It just sort of happened. One day we were Joy Division, then our lead singer killed himself and the next time we got together, we were a new band...”

    Hook previously released Unknown Pleasures: Inside Joy Division.


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    New Order have announced plans to release a new beer. It’s called Stray Dog, named after a song from their 2015 album Music Complete, and it’s being released in partnership with Moorhouse’s Brewery in Burnley. The beer is a golden ale with “hints of citrus fruit and lychee, all balanced by a subtle bitterness.” “It’s been a pleasure to work with Moorhouse’s of Burnley on our first foray into the brewing business,” New Order said in a statement on their website. “Even more so that they're celebrating their 150th anniversary, and have such a rich heritage in the north west.” The beer will be released later this fall.


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    New Order have shared a new music video for their song “People on the High Line” (featuring La Roux), taken from last year’s album Music Complete. In it, breakdancers (Hakim Saber and Stella McGowan aka B-Girl Lyra) show off their best moves, flanked by stereos. Watch the Grace Lambert and Jackson Ducasse-directed clip below.

    On October 21, New Order will release a 7” vinyl picture disc for “People on the High Line.” It features the track’s “Richard X Video Mix” and the “Claptone Radio Edit.” See the artwork for it below.


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    New Order drummer Stephen Morris is working on a memoir, NME reports. He’s signed a book deal with Constable (an imprint of Little, Brown) and will release his autobiography in 2018. His book follows the just-released memoir by former member Peter Hook and Bernard Sumner’s 2014 book Chapter And Verse. Morris said of his forthcoming book in a statement:

    After dropping pretty big hints over the past few years that I was writing about my recollections of nearly four decades living a fantastic and, at times traumatic, life creating music in Joy Division and New Order, I am delighted that Little, Brown has given my writing a home. I am really excited to be working with Andreas Campomar, whose enthusiasm for developing something more than a straight rock memoir is inspiring.

    Watch Morris and New Order perform on “Colbert”:


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    HEALTH have covered the New Order classic “Blue Monday” for an upcoming Charlize Theron action film, Atomic Blonde. Check out the cover in a new red band trailer for the movie below. The second half of the trailer prominently features Queen’s song “Killer Queen.” HEALTH most recently released DISCO3, the latest installment in their long-running remix album series, featuring contributions from Preoccupations, Purity Ring, and more. Atomic Blonde is out July 28.


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    New Order have announced a new live album, NOMC15, recorded at Brixton Academy in 2015 following the release of their most recent studio LP Music Complete. It’s out May 26, and features a set consisting of tracks from the new album, as well as cuts from the back catalog and Joy Division songs as well. Find the full tracklist below. The band’s last live album was Live at Bestival 2012.

    NOMC15:

    01 Singularity
    02 Ceremony
    03 Crystal
    04 5 8 6
    05 Restless
    06 Lonesome Tonight
    07 Your Silent Face
    08 Tutti Frutti
    09 People on the High Line [Ft. La Roux]
    10 Bizarre Love Triangle
    11 Waiting For the Sirens’ Call
    12 Plastic
    13 The Perfect Kiss
    14 True Faith
    15 Temptation
    16 Atmosphere
    17 Love Will Tear Us Apart
    18 Blue Monday


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    Iggy Pop and New Order took the stage at Carnegie Hall together earlier tonight. Iggy joined Bernard Sumner and co. to do “Stray Dog” (off New Order’s Music Complete), his own song “Shades,” and the Joy Division track “She’s Lost Control.” According to Sumner, Iggy specifically requested they perform “She’s Lost Control.” Check out videos from the concert below. Elsewhere in the night, Philip Glass performed with Alabama Shakes, and Patti Smith covered Bob Dylan

    #iggypop and #neworder @tibet_house_us

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    Iggy pop and Bernard sumner of new order!!!

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    Iggy and Bernard & the New Order.. #iggypop #bernardsumner #neworder

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    Iggy Pop and New Order

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    Iggy and Bernard & the New Order.. #iggypop #bernardsumner #neworder #joydivision

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    I can't get enough of this riff. She's lost control again and so did I. #iggypop#carnegiehall#neworder

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