New Order Announce New Album Music Complete

Synthpop deities New Order haven’t released a new studio album since Waiting For The Sirens’ Call a decade ago, but they’ve just announced that they’ll return this fall with a new one called Music Complete. It’ll be the first they’ve ever made without bassist Peter Hook, but original member Gillian Gilbert is back in the fold for the first time since 2001’s Get Ready. The new album will feature a couple of songs they’ve already played live, “Singularity” and “Plastic.” And while the group produced most of it themselves, it’ll also include a bit of production from the Chemical Brothers’ Tom Rowlands and longtime UK dance-pop producer Stuart Price. Factory Records graphic-design genius Peter Saville did the art direction, and Bernard Sumner has promised “an old-fashioned New Order record.” That’s all pretty promising! Below, hear a few brief previews of new music and check out the album’s tracklist.

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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”

Music Complete is out 9/25 on Mute.

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