New Order are back again folks. Now is your chance to catch the world-famous and incredibly epic New Order as the tour the US on their way to Lollapalooza supporting their new album “Lost Sirens.”
Here’s one of the new tracks, Sugarcane:
New Order doesn’t need much of an introduction, but for those less informed – New order started in 1977 with Ian Curtis, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, and Bernard Sumner as Joy Divison. Curtis comitted suicide in 1980 on the eve of their first American tour. The remaining members recruited Gillian Gilbert on keyboards and became New Order. They want on to release such amazing singles as “Blue Monday,” “Age of Consent,” and “Bizarre Love Triangle.”
The new release, “Lost Sirens,” consists of tracks recorded during the “Waiting for the Sirens’ Call” sessions. It’s a healthy mix of disco and classic new-wave sounds.
The recently released record by k.d. lang, Neko Case, and Laura Veirs is a rare treat for fans of the three artists as the combo offers some of the best each artist has to offer. Hailed as “an exquisite tribute to connection and reflection on the things that bind us” by Pitchfork, Case/Lang/Veirs is the debut release from the three [...]