After a very successful tour of North America in March, the iconic band New Order will be visiting several cities in Europe and the United Kingdom from September. Rising from the ashes of Joy Division, New Order overcame tragedy to become one of the most influential and acclaimed bands of all time.
New Order’s debut album, “Movement” (1981) was still overshadowed by Joy Division’s sound; then the band combined post-punk with influences from the New York club scene, resulting in the album “Power, Corruption & Lies” (1983). 1983 also saw the release of “Blue Monday,” a mega hit that became the best-selling 12-inch single of all time, selling more than 3 million copies worldwide.
Phil Cunningham joined the band in 2001 followed by Tom Chapman in 2011 they now form the band along with founding members Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert. New Order previously released the albums “Low-Life” (1985), “Brotherhood” (1986), “Substance” (1987) and “Technique” (1989). After a break, the albums “Republic” (1993), “Get Ready” (2001) and “Waiting for the Sirens’ Call” (2005) followed.
New Order released their critically acclaimed tenth studio album, “Music Complete”, in 2015, featuring guest vocals from Iggy Pop, Brandon Flowers and Elly Jackson of La Roux. The band continues to perform live around the world. They’ve played some of the biggest shows of their careers in recent years, including Manchester’s Heaton Park and at the O2 in London in 2021. In 2022, New Order played a US arena tour alongside the Pet Shop Boys.
In September and October New Order will come to Europe for 7 concerts.
September 21 – Copenhagen – Royal Arena
September 23 – Amsterdam – Ziggo Dome
September 26 – Paris – Zenith
September 29 – London – The O2
October 1 – Dublin – 3Arena
October 5 – Glasgow – OVO Hydro
October 7 – Leeds – First Direct Arena
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