New Order announce four-night residency at the Fillmore Miami Beach

If you’re currently blasting “Blue Monday” or “Bizarre Love Triangle” and need plans to bail on the cold days of winter, we may have the perfect solution for you.

On Monday (June 24), New Order announced plans for their first-ever residency in the United States. The band will perform four shows throughout four nights at the Fillmore at the Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami Beach.

Dubbed “Four Nights at the Fillmore,” the four-night engagement will find the group taking the stage at the iconic South Florida venue in mid-January 2020. The dates are as follows: Tuesday, Jan. 14; Wednesday, Jan. 15; Friday, Jan. 17; and their final performance on Saturday, Jan. 18.

Tickets for the shows go on sale this Friday, June 28, at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets start at $78.50 for general admission. If you’re a superfan whose goal is to see the group on all four days, a special four-pass will be available for $250. The only downside will be if the band decides to play the same exact set list each night (sorry, we can’t control that).

Special hotel packages will also be available for those who want to make a vacation of it (the beach is a good five minutes away from the venue, FYI).

DJ Arthur Baker and some special guests who have yet to be announced are slated to appear during the four nights.

The upcoming residency will not be the first for the Fillmore. A few weeks before New Order, Madame X herself Madonna will take over the Fillmore for a five-night run in mid-December. That residency is in support of Madonna’s 14th studio album Madame X.

New Order is set to release their live album ?(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So It Goes.., on July 12.

The album was recorded during the band’s July 2017 show at Manchester’s Old Granada Studios. That show was part of New Order’s five-night residency at Old Granada.

New Order’s last studio effort was 2015’s Music Complete.

Coachella 2017 lineup unveiled


The new year has barely kicked off and Coachella has already unveiled their star-studded lineup for the 2017 edition of the music festival. On Tuesday (Jan. 3), the annual California music festival unleashed it’s lengthy and star-studded lineup for 2017. Radiohead will headline both Friday (April 14 and 21) of the event while Beyoncé will headline both Saturdays (April 15 and 22). Kendrick Lamar will close out each Sunday (April 16 and 23) of the shows.

Radiohead, Beyoncé, and Kendrick Lamar maybe the bigger font artists on the band, but a slew of other big names will also perform during the two weekend. The xx, Travis Scott, Father John Misty, Empire of the Sun, Dillon Francis, Bon Iver, Future, DJ Snake, Martin Garrix, Gucci Mane, Lorde, Justice, New Order, and many more join the long list of artists taking over Indio, Calif. in late April. The music festival’s official poster with all the musicians scheduled for the event can be seen below.

Coachella 2017 is set to take over the Empire Polo Club during two weekends in April. The first weekend is scheduled for April 14-17 while the second weekend will take place from April 21-23. Advance ticket sales took place last June which allowed buyers to participate in the Coachella payment plan. For those who did not purchase their passes during the advance ticket sales, general passes will go on sale beginning this Wednesday, Jan. 4, at 11 a.m. PST. For more information about the music festival or tickets, head on over to Coachella’s website here.

New Order Announce 2016 Tour Dates


Hot off the release of their new album, Music Complete, New Order has announced a short tour for the spring. On Tuesday (Feb. 2), the ’80s band announced plans to hit the road this March. The trek will kick off on March 10 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City and wrap up two weeks later on March 23 at the Fillmore Miami Beach. After a big gap, they will beginning their summer music festival excursion on June 16 at the Sonar Festival in Barcelona. Their summer music festival appearances will come to a close on August 13 at the Oya Festival in Osla, Norway. The complete list of tour dates can be seen below.


03/10 – New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall
03/12 – Philadelphia, PA @ Tower Theater
03/16 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre
03/19 – Los Angeles, CA @ Shrine Auditorium
03/21 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Cosmpolitan
03/23 – Miami, FL @ Fillmore Miami Beach
06/16-18 – Barcelona, ES @ Sonar Festival
06/25-07/02 – Roskilde, DK @ Roskilde Festival
06/30-07/03 – Werchter, BE @ Rock Werchter
07/07-07/09 – Bilbao, ES @ Bilbao BBK Live
07/09 – Manchester, UK @ Castlefield Bowl
08/09-13 – Oslo, NO @ Oya Festival

Tickets for the upcoming concerts are scheduled to go on sale beginning this Friday, Feb. 5, at 10 am local time. In addition to the newly announced tour dates, the new wave band has also unveiled a brand new website called “Singularity: The Influence of New Order.” The website features remixes of several songs including the website’s namesake, “Singularity.” Fans of the band have also been invited to contribute to the website by creating “something that shows how the band has influenced their life.”

Currently, there are several mixtapes and covers including Cold Cave’s cover of “Your Silent Face”; Chromatics’ cover of “Ceremony”; New Order’s very own remix of “Tutti Frutti”; and a mixtape curated by The Cure’s Robert Smith.

New Order Stream New Track, “Plastic”


It’s been about a month since New Order released their King Arthur-esque music video for “Restless” and now the electro-group are back, offering fans another new track off their impending new record. The new song is titled “Plastic” and is one of the three songs which features La Roux’s Elly Jackson contributing vocals; the other two are “Tutti Frutti” and “People on the High Line.” Listen to the new song below and try not to get up and dance along with the almost seven-minute jam.

“Plastic” will join “Restless” on Music Complete. Music Complete is slated to be released next Friday, Sept. 24 through Mute Records and marks the band’s first new record in a decade. The new album also marks the return of keyboardist Gillian Gilbert as well as their first release through Mute which they signed to back in 2014.

In honor of the album’s release, New Order has teamed up with Consequence of Sound to stream their “In Conversation at the 10th Annual Reeperbahn Festival” next Friday at 2 p.m. EST. During the event, fans of the 80s band will be given the chance to hear the album in full as well as participate in a Q&A session with them. The event will be hosted by Arthur Baker and fans are urged to use the hashtag #AskNewOrder to get their questions to the band.

New Order Retell King Arthur in New Music Video


With about a month left until the release of Music Complete, New Order has returned with the music video for the  lead single, “Restless.” The music video, which was directed and produced by Spanish filmmakers, NYSU, does not have any of the band members present in it, but does tell an updated tale of King Arthur and the sword of Excalibur. In this updated world, once the sword is pulled and you are the “chosen one,” you are taken to a “perfect” world of overindulgence which features a scuzzy nightclub and a Last Supper-esque feast.

We guess that’s what the good life is like. Check out the video for “Restless” below.

Music Complete is set to be released on Sept. 25 through Mute Records. The new album will feature a slew of guest stars, as it was previously announced. Iggy Pop will reportedly be featured on the track, “Stray Dog” while The Killers’ Brandon Flowers will contribute to “Superheated.” La Roux’s Elly Jackson will actually sing on three tracks on the new record; “Tutti Frutti,” “People On The High Line,” and “Plastic.”

New Order Stream “Restless”


With two months until the release of their upcoming new album, Music Complete, New Order has now dropped the lead single from the record, “Restless.” The song made its official debut this morning (July 28) on BBC Radio 2.

Listen to the new track below.

Music Complete is set to be released on Sept. 25 through Mute Records with pre-orders currently ongoing.

Music Complete marks the first album New Order has released without longtime bassist Peter Hook who left the group in 2007. The band’s tenth studio album also marks the return of keyboardist Gillian Gilbert who left the band back in 2001 after the release of Get Ready, but returned in 2011.

As previously revealed, the 11-track album will feature several musical guests. Iggy Pop, Brandon Flowers, and La Roux will all contribute their vocals to certain tracks on the album. This record also marks the first time that the band has done the vast majority of the producing themselves with the exception of three tracks; two which were co-produced by The Chemical Brothers’ Tom Rowlands and another that was produced by super-producer Stuart Price.

Music Complete is the follow-up to 2005’s Waiting for the Sirens’ Call.

New Order Unveil Guests for Upcoming Album


New Order’s new album is set to drop in a couple of months, and now the ’80s band has unveiled some more information about the impending release.

A few weeks ago, they confirmed the name of the album as well as the track listing, cover art, and a short clip which teased a new song which is believed to be one of the 11-tracks to be featured on the upcoming LP.

Today, some more information about the group’s tenth studio album has been released. Turns out, Music Complete will feature a couple of guest vocalists on the album. Iggy Pop, Brandon Flowers, and La Roux will all contribute to the album, according to several music publications.

La Roux’s Elly Jackson will reportedly contribute her vocals to three of the new tracks on the record; “Tutti Frutti,” “People on the High Line”, and “Plastic.” Pop’s contribution will be featured on “Stray Dog” while Flowers’ vocals will be heard on the album’s closer, “Superheated.”

In addition to the guest vocalists, the band have also released another teaser clip for the album featuring yet another snippet of a new song. Check that out below.

Music Complete will be released on Sept. 25 through Mute Records. Pre-orders are currently available on the band’s website.

New Order to Release ‘Music Complete’ in September


When New Order signed to Mute Records last year, the 80s band had promised fans that they would be releasing new music on the label as soon as possible.

Now, the group have officially revealed that their tenth studio album, and their first with Mute Records, is set to be released this Fall.

During an interview back in January with Rolling Stone, the band had confirmed they had finished recording two tracks that would be feature on the then “yet-to-be-titled” record.

Today’s news reveals not only the name of the band’s new studio record, but also the track list, album art record and release date.

New Order’s album will be titled Music Complete and will be their first new set of songs since 2005’s Waiting for the Sirens’ Call.

While this marks the band’s new album in a decade, it also marks the return of keyboardist Gillian Gilbert who official returned in 2011. Gilbert left the band shortly after the release of 2001’s Get Ready to take care of her children. Music Complete also marks the first record since the departure of bassist Peter Hook in 2007.

Instead of having the record produced by a third-party, Music Complete was mostly produced by the band themselves with the exception of three tracks. The Chemical Brothers’ Tom Rowlands was confirmed as a collaborator earlier this year and helped produce two tracks while super-producer Stuart Price, who previously had worked with Madonna and The Killers, helped produce another track on the album.

Music Complete is set to be released on Sept. 25 while pre-orders for the album are also currently available on the band’s website.

Check out the cover art, track list, and teaser for the upcoming record below.



01. “Restless”
02. “Singularity”
03. “Plastic”
04. “Tutti Frutti”
05. “People On The High Line”
06. “Stray Dog”
07. “Academic”
08. “Nothing But A Fool”
09. “Unlearn This Hatred”
10. “The Game”
11. “Superheated”

Watch Brandon Flowers Cover “Bizarre Love Triangle” With Bernard Sumner


Last week, Killers’ frontman Brandon Flowers welcomed Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde on stage to perform her group’s 1986 single, “Don’t Get Me Wrong” and his own song, “Between Me And You” while performing at the O2 Arena in Brixton.

After many rumors and eventually a confirmation thanks to people present at the rehearsals, Flowers continued this by bringing New Order frontman, Bernard Sumner on stage to cover the New Order’s “Bizarre Love Triangle” at the Manchester Academy.

Watch the complete video of performance here.

This is not the first time Flowers has covered the song, he did so back in 2009 with The Killers. This also isn’t the first time Flowers has performed with Sumner; they performed together back in 2005 and many times after. The different with this performance is that it’s the first time Flowers has played with anyone from the 80s group since he revealed earlier this month that he was recording with them for their new album.

New Order to Release New Album in the Fall

New Order have just revealed that a brand new album is currently in the works and to keep and eye out for it sometime this Fall.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, the 80s band revealed the news that they have already complete two tracks that will be featured on the record; one titled “Plastic” and another titled “Restless” which will feature The Chemical Brothers’ Tom Rowlands.

The yet-to-be-titled record will be the first since bassist Peter Hook left the band back in 2007 and the first record with returning keyboardist, Gillian Gilbert.

This also marks the band’s first new album since 2005’s Waiting for the Siren’s Call. If you’re currently telling yourself that we’re wrong and that the band released a new album back in 2013, then technically you would be right. Both 2013’s Lost Sirens and Waiting for the Siren’s Call were actually written and recorded at the same time.

The new record will be released through Mute Records, the indie record label they signed with last year. When the signing was done, Mute founder, Daniel Miller was particularly excited about it.

“This is an exciting new chapter for both Mute and New Order and I feel privileged to be working with artists with such a long, creative, and successful history. When the possibility of us working together first came up, I was invited to hear some of the new material and immediately had no doubts, whatsoever, that Mute would be the right home for New Order. We’ve already had a number of creative conversations, and am looking towards an exciting future.”

The band  mirror the sentiments by saying: “New Order are delighted to be signing to Mute. We couldn’t imagine a better place to be than working with Daniel Miller and his team. 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; returning to our independent roots.”

Exciting indeed.