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New Order has a new live album on the way

Recorded at the Manchester International Festival in 2017

  • Cameron Holbrook
  • 16 May 2019
New Order has a new live album on the way

New Order has announced that a new live album recorded at the Manchester International Festival in 2017 is arriving on July 12 via Mute.

Titled '∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So it goes..', the 18-track album includes the full show recording along with three additional tracks recorded over the band's five-night residency at the festival. The album includes timeless New Order material such as 'Ultraviolence' and 'Disorder' from Joy Division's 'Unknown Pleasures' - a track that has not been played live in over 30 years.

Ahead of the release, New Order has shared the LP cut 'Sub-Culture (Live at MIF)' which can be streamed below.

New Order plans to embark on a European tour starting on June 7, hitting countries such as Norway, Belgium, Greece, Italy, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, Germany, France and the UK. Check out the tracklist for the band's new live album and their 2019 tour dates below.

Pre-order the album here:

∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So it goes.. Tracklist
1. Times Change (Live at MIF)
2. Who's Joe (Live at MIF)
3. Dream Attack (Live at MIF)
4. Disorder (Live at MIF)
5. Ultraviolence (Live at MIF)
6. In A Lonely Place (Live at MIF)
7. All Day Long (Live at MIF)
8. Shellshock (Live at MIF)
9. Guilt Is A Useless Emotion (Live at MIF)
10. Sub-culture (Live at MIF)
11. Bizarre Love Triangle (Live at MIF)
12. Vanishing Point (Live at MIF)
13. Plastic (Live at MIF)
14. Your Silent Face (Live at MIF)
15. Decades (Live at MIF)
16. Elegia (Live at MIF)
17. Heart & Soul (Live at MIF)
18. Behind Closed Doors (Live at MIF)

New Order 2019 Tour
June 7 – Aarhus, Norway – Northside Festival
June 13 – Oslo, Norway – PiPfest
June 16 – Athens, Greece – Release Festival
June 30 – Werchter, Belgium – Rock Werchter Festival
July 7 – Dublin, Ireland – Trinity Summer Sessions
July 12 – Lucca, Italy – Summer Festival
July 18 – Bristol, England – Harbourside Festival
July 21 – Cheshire, England – Bluedot Festival
July 24 – Rattvik, Sweden – Dalhalla Festival
July 27 – Benidorm, Spain – Low Festival
August 12 – Girona, Spain – Cap Roig Festival
August 15 – Praia do Taboão, Portugal – Parades de Coura Festival
August 18 – Biddinghuizen, Netherlands – Lowlands Festival
August 25 – Portsmouth, England – Victorious Festival
September 21 – Madrid, Spain – Weekend City Festival
October 3 – Prague, Czech Republic – Lucerna Music Hall
October 5 – Munich, Germany – Philharmonic Hall
October 7 – Berlin, Germany – Tempodrom
October 11 – Paris, France – Le Grand Rex
October 14 – Brussels, Belgium – Forest National
October 17 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – AFAS Live

Cameron is Mixmag's Jr. Editor. Follow him on Twitter

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