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Members of a new New Order find 'Singularity'
For better or for worse, the Brit band New Order continues to be known for what Vanity Fair recently called its "inescapable" dance music. The current incarnation has been playing together for the last three years, and their popularity continues to soar thanks to multiple world tours and a performance at the closing ceremony of the London Olympics in 2012.
Just who are the current members of this new version of New Order? Bernard Summer, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert, Phil Cunningham and Tom Chapman have come together for some pretty memorable moments. They released "Live at the London Troxy" in late December 2011, which featured the new lineup and their first show in London in over five years. Turns out they were just getting started.
The band continued to tour throughout 2012, including runs through Australia and New Zealand. They also played the famed 'T in the Park' festival in Scotland, and the EXIT Festival in Serbia before making a big splash with a slot at Hyde Park to help close out the 2012 Summer Olympics.
By late 2012 it was announced that New Order's new album, "Lost Sirens," would drop in early 2012. The eight-track project showcased the songs left out of 2005's "Waiting for the Sirens' Call," and has been the last release from the band since it reunited.
The members of New Order say they're working on new material, and debuted a new song during Lollapalooza Chile in March 2014 called "Singularity."
'Love-Hate' relationship divides New Order (Created August 3, 2013)
It's going to sound like a disappointment to fans, but New Order will never be old again. In fact, when the band left the stage at the Personal Fest in Buenos Aires in November 2006, it was the final time all three founding members would play together. The culprit, as bassist Peter Hook would say – "It's a love-hate thing."
Hook had been playing with guitarist Bernard Sumner and drummer Stephen Morris since they were just teenagers. The guys even made up the band Joy Division, but after frontman Ian Curtis hung himself the night before their inaugural tour, the band stuck together and renamed themselves New Order. They would go on to achieve global success throughout the 1980s thanks to hits like "Blue Monday," "Bizarre Love Triangle" and "Truth Faith."
If the 80s were remarkable, however, the 90s were remarkably awful for the band. Hook and Sumner were at constant odds with one another, and even New Order's last album (2005's "Waiting for the Siren's Call") took three years to come together because of the differences neither man could get past. By the time the guys managed to close out a South American tour in 2006, they were fractured permanently.
So what's New Order up to today? Hook plays Joy Division and New Order songs with a brand new band called the Light, and New Order 'reformed' (in a sense) with a replacement bassist in 2011.
New Order Discography
|Album name||Release date|
|Total: From Joy Division to New Order||2011|
|Live at The London Troxy: 10 December 2011||2011|
|True Faith / Regret||2006|
|Bizarre Love Triangle / Jetstream / Shellshock / Thieves Like Us||2006|
|Waiting for the Sirens' Call / Bizarre Love Triangle||2005|
|Jetstream (disc 1)||2005|
|Waiting for the Sirens' Call||2005|
|Guilt Is a Useless Emotion||2005|
|Acid House Mixes By 808 State||2004|
|The Peter Saville Show Soundtrack||2003|
|Here to Stay||2002|
|Selections From Retro||2002|
|Can't Get Blue Monday Out of My Head||2002|
|Confusion Remixes '02||2002|
|60 Miles an Hour Tour EP||2002|
|Back to Mine: New Order||2002|
|International (bonus disc)||2002|
|20 Years of New Order||2001|
|The Cornerstone Player 025 (disc 3: Monumental mix)||2001|
|60 Miles an Hour||2001|
|Out of Order||2000|
|1998-07-16: The Apollo, Manchester, UK (disc 2)||1998|
|Everything's Gone Green||1996|
|(The Rest of) New Order||1995|
|Blue Monday '95||1995|
|True Faith '94||1994|
|(The Best of) New Order||1994|
|Substance Abuse 1994||1994|
|Bizarre Love Triangle||1994|
|Regret / Ruined in a Day||1993|
|Ruined in a Day (disc 1)||1993|
|World (The Price of Love)||1993|
|BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert||1992|
|Everything’s Gone Green||1990|
|The John Peel Sessions||1990|
|World in Motion...||1990|
|Round & Round||1989|
|Blue Monday 1988||1988|
|The Peel Sessions||1988|
|The Peel Sessions (26.1.81)||1988|
|Power, Corruption & Lies||1987|
|Touched by the Hand of God||1987|
|State of the Nation||1986|
|The Perfect Kiss||1985|
|Thieves Like Us||1984|
|Merry Xmas From the Haçienda and Factory Records||1982|
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date city state venue 07/13/2014 Los Angeles CA Greek Theatre 07/11/2014 San Francisco CA Bill Graham Civic Auditorium 07/08/2014 Vancouver BC Queen Elizabeth Theatre 07/06/2014 Seattle WA Paramount Theatre 07/03/2014 Milwaukee WI BMO Harris Pavilion 07/01/2014 Chicago IL Aragon Ballroom 03/11/2014 New York NY Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium
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date city state venue 10/18/2013 London Kec Royal Albert Hall 08/04/2013 Montreal QC Parc Jean-Drapeau 08/03/2013 Chicago IL Grant Park 08/02/2013 Chicago IL Grant Park 08/02/2013 Montreal QC Parc Jean-Drapeau 08/02/2013 Chicago IL Grant Park 08/02/2013 Montreal QC Parc Jean-Drapeau 07/31/2013 Boston MA Blue Hills Bank Pavilion 07/28/2013 Columbia MD Merriweather Post Pavilion 07/26/2013 Philadelphia PA Mann Center for the Performing Arts 07/24/2013 Brooklyn NY Williamsburg Park 07/21/2013 Atlanta GA Chastain Park Amphitheatre 07/19/2013 Austin TX Austin Music Hall 07/07/2013 Macclesfield Chs Jodrell Bank 06/30/2013 St. Petersburg A2 06/28/2013 Moscow Stadium Live Club 04/19/2013 Indio CA Empire Polo Field 04/18/2013 Santa Barbara CA Santa Barbara Bowl 04/12/2013 Indio CA Empire Polo Field 04/11/2013 Las Vegas NV The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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date city state venue 10/24/2012 Toronto ON Sony Centre for the Performing Arts 10/23/2012 Toronto ON Sony Centre for the Performing Arts 10/21/2012 Chicago IL Aragon Ballroom 10/19/2012 New York NY Roseland Ballroom 10/18/2012 New York NY Roseland Ballroom 10/12/2012 Dallas TX South Side Ballroom 10/10/2012 Broomfield CO 1St Bank Center 10/07/2012 Los Angeles CA Greek Theatre 10/05/2012 Oakland CA Fox Theater 09/14/2012 Penrhyndeudraeth Gwn Portmeirion 09/12/2012 Ibiza Balearic Islands Ibiza Rocks Hotel 09/11/2012 Magalluf Mallorca Rocks Hotel 09/06/2012 Newport Iow Robin Hill Country Park 08/12/2012 London London Hyde Park 08/12/2012 London London Hyde Park