Plus NME.COM can bring you details of the band's eagerly awaited new album 'Get Ready', including a full tracklisting...
NEW ORDER are to announce details of a UK date in LIVERPOOL in July.
The one-off show will take place at the 3,000-capacity Olympia in July, although the venue said it was unable to confirm the date until Friday (June 15).
Two dates had been suggested, July 19 and 22, but the venue said this afternoon (June 13) that neither date was confirmed.
However, it did confirm that tickets for the show will go on sale at 9am on Saturday (June 16). NME.COM will be selling tickets from that time, so click back later in the week for more details.
The band unveiled their new album ‘Get Ready’, the follow-up to 1993’s ‘Republic’, in London today (June 13).
NME.COM was at the playback, and will be posting a track-by-track account of it tomorrow.
The record is a return to New Order‘s more guitar-based sound, although it also incorporates modern production thanks to Perfecto’s Steve Osborne.
The single ‘Crystal’ is released through London/WEA on August 13 and ‘Get Ready’ follows on August 27.
The band, down to a three-piece because of the temporary departure of keyboard player Gillian Gilbert, are lining up further UK dates for the autumn.
As it stands, the tracklisting to ‘Get Ready’ is:
’60 Miles An Hour’
‘Turn My Way’
‘Someone Like You’
‘Player In The League’
‘Rock The Shack’
The album is currently unmastered and tracks are subject to change.