Masters of the indie dancefloor, New Order have unveiled details of their long-awaited 10th studio album.
“Music Complete” is scheduled to drop on Friday 25th September 2015; it will be the band’s first studio album since 2013’s “Lost Sirens”, and the first LP without bassist, Peter “Hooky” Hook who quit the band in 2007.
New Order formed in 1980 from the ashes of Joy Division after frontman, Ian Curtis took his own life, aged just 23. The band released their debut album, “Movement” the following year.
“Music Complete” marks the return of keyboardist, Gillian Gilbert who hasn’t recorded with the band since 2001’s “Get Ready”, which featured the single, “Crystal” and New Order’s first album since signing to Mute Records in September 2014.
With the announcement of their forthcoming studio effort comes the promise of live dates to be announced very soon . . .