Band add Newcastle and Edinburgh shows to their spring dates
But Dizzee Rascal won't feature on Euro 2012 official song, say reports
Friendly Fires, Death In Vegas are also added to the Isle of Wight festival bill
Reunited band have added new dates in Manchester and London
Reunited band will play four shows in April
'Hopefully there'll be some recorded music as well,' says guitarist ahead of April tour
Reformed band have scheduled four shows for later this year
Example, Katy B, Spector and Thee Brandy Hips also join the event's line-up
Bassist also tells NME about his planned book 'Inside Joy Division'
Bassist says he would 'like to bury the hatchet' with his former bandmates
Former bassist Peter Hook reckons new material will 'draw a line' under band's split
Reformed band will play the UK capital at the end of 2011
Reformed band will play the UK capital in December
Bassist also says the idea that his old band are reforming for charity is 'bollocks'
Ex-Happy Mondays singer Rowetta will also join bassist for two homecoming shows in November
'New Order without Peter Hook is like Sooty without Sweep' says bass player
Gillian Gilbert is part of the band's line-up for two gigs in Paris and Brussels though
Stephen Morris also reveals 'there's no future for New Order'
Details of a new 'Best Of' compilation also announced
Group played FAC 251 as part of their debut gig-run
Peter Hook, Andy Rourke and co will begin the gig run in York on May 31
Mani, Howard Marks and Rowetta are all spotted at the new Manchester club
'If you have a legal problem with him you have to go through his mum,' Hook reveals
New Order man reveals how Marr's taste in movies helped Bad Lieutenant
Bassist says he 'used to fake Ian Curtis' signature'
Check out the video for 'Sink Or Swim' exclusively on NME.COM
Double CD will accompany his book about the legendary club
Submit a question for Sumner to tackle in Uncut
Bernard Sumner and Stephen Morris' new group hit the road
Bad Lieutenant post new single online