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    September-25-15
Watch New Order live, discussing their new album, Music Complete
NEW ORDER presented their new album 'Music Complete' in Hamburg (Germany) at the 10th annual Reeperbahn Festival. The band was interviewed by long time collaborator Arthur Baker.

You can watch the full interview here:


25/09/2015 10:49:24 PM - 10:49:24 PM
Pitchfork's Review of Music Complete
For longtime fans, Music Complete is something of a return to form for New Order—complete with appropriately chic minimalist artwork courtesy of Peter Saville. The record’s carefully considered aesthetic and meticulous production bear all the hallmarks of the band’s most iconic work. Still, it’s hard to know if anyone other than the band’s legions of devotees will find most of this material truly arresting. Music Complete certainly doesn’t do anything to diminish New Order’s formidable legacy, but it doesn’t necessarily expand upon it either. That being said, it still sounds like classic New Order, and now over three decades deep into their career, it's kind of amazing that nothing else really does.
25/09/2015 10:23:58 PM - 10:23:58 PM
Inside New Order's Triumphant Return to Dance-Rock
It took a crisis to reunite New Order. The pioneering dance-rock group had ostensibly called it quits in the latter half of the Aughts, but in 2011, they learned that their friend, "Blue Monday" and "True Faith" video director Michael H. Shamberg, had taken seriously ill. So the band regrouped and booked some gigs to raise money for his medical bills.

Originally, the band — which consists these days of frontman Bernard Sumner, drummer Stephen Morris and returning keyboardist Gillian Gilbert (who had left in 2001), along with guitarist Phil Cunningham and bassist Tom Chapman — was set to play only three gigs. But Sumner, who is age 59 and typically soft-spoken, says the reunion snowballed. "We've been on tour for three-and-a-half years off and on," he says from his home near Macclesfield, England. "It seemed like the opportunity to write an album."

25/09/2015 8:01:21 PM - 8:01:21 PM
    September-20-15
Music Complete releases September 25th
Music Complete was produced by New Order with additional work from Stuart Price (Superheated) and the Chemical Brothers Tom Rowlands (Singularity and Unlearn This Hatred). It will be released on September 25. The tracklist is as follows:

Restless
Singularity
Plastic
Tutti Frutti
People on the High Line
Stray Dog
Academic
Nothing But a Fool
Unlearn This Hatred
The Game
Superheated

20/09/2015 3:40:54 PM - 3:40:54 PM
    September-02-14
New Order sign to Mute Records for 10th studio album
New Order have signed to the legendary independent label Mute, which will release their 10th studio album worldwide. “We couldn’t imagine a better place to be than working with Daniel Miller and his team,” the band said of their new home. “Mute has a superb roster of artists and a history that complements our own. In many ways, joining the label feels like we are coming home.” (The band’s Bernard Sumner had recently suggested the band might be working with DFA Records.)
02/09/2014 12:24:45 PM - 12:24:45 PM
    May-07-14
New New Order Song!
New Order played a new song in their South American tour, it's called "Singularity"

Click here to view the video on YouTube

07/05/2014 8:25:36 PM - 8:25:36 PM
    April-29-13
New Order Seek to Balance Writing and the Road
New Order know how to keep busy: They're touring, working on a new album (or possibly a series of EPs) and, as Stephen Morris cracks at Rolling Stone's Rock Room, they're cooking up a plan to open a New Order hotel in Vegas. "We could play by the pool every night," the drummer says, but no gambling or Elton John allowed (if your name is Elvis, though, you're in).

It wasn't all goofing around though. The band reminisced about some of the grimier hotels they stayed at during their early days, while frontman Bernard Sumner discussed the band's recent attempts to balance touring and writing more evenly: "We're coming out in small bursts and writing in small bursts at home – so we're constantly here whether you like us or not, we're here to stay," he says.

Sumner describes the band's most recent work as more electronic- and synthesizer-based, which they were excited to return to after their more recent guitar-heavy material. "That's not to say there won't be enough space on the album for enough cool guitar tracks if someone's got them," Sumner says. "I think New Order's a hybrid band and will always remain so."

29/04/2013 1:30:51 PM - 1:30:51 PM
    April-16-13
New Order announces U.S. tour in July leading up to Lollapalooza appearance
New Order North American tour dates:

April 18: Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (with Johnny Marr)
April 20: Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Indio, CA
July 19: Austin Music Hall, Austin, TX
July 21: Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta, GA
July 24: Williamsburg Park, Brooklyn, NY (with Holy Ghost!)
July 26: The Mann Center, Philadelphia, PA (with Holy Ghost!)
July 28: Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD (with Holy Ghost!)
July 31: Bank of America Pavilion, Boston, MA (with Holy Ghost!)
Aug. 2: Lollapalooza, Chicago, IL
Aug. 2-4: Osheaga Festival, Montreal, Quebec

16/04/2013 1:01:57 AM - 1:01:57 AM
New Order announces U.S. tour in July leading up to Lollapalooza appearance
New Order North American tour dates:

April 18: Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (with Johnny Marr)
April 20: Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Indio, CA
July 19: Austin Music Hall, Austin, TX
July 21: Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta, GA
July 24: Williamsburg Park, Brooklyn, NY (with Holy Ghost!)
July 26: The Mann Center, Philadelphia, PA (with Holy Ghost!)
July 28: Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD (with Holy Ghost!)
July 31: Bank of America Pavilion, Boston, MA (with Holy Ghost!)
Aug. 2: Lollapalooza, Chicago, IL
Aug. 2-4: Osheaga Festival, Montreal, Quebec

16/04/2013 1:01:57 AM - 1:01:57 AM
    April-08-13
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08/04/2013 9:36:13 AM - 9:36:13 AM
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