'One of the great things about this job is that I get to play with my heroes'

Last night saw Mark Lanegan join Peter Hook & The Light on stage for their headline set at London’s Roundhouse, where they covered a number of Joy Division classics. Check out footage and the setlist below.

The former Joy Division and New Order bassist took to the stage to perform his previous band’s albums ‘Movement’, ‘Closer’ and ‘Unknown Pleasures’ in full, along with other fan favourites and indie classics.

Returning for an encore, Hooky then invited former Screaming Trees man and Queens Of The Stone Age collaborator Lanegan to lend guest vocals on ‘Atmosphere’ and ‘Dead Souls’.

“OK, one of the great things about this job is that I get to play with my heroes,” Hook told the crowd. “I want to dedicate this song to Ian Curtis and to sing it tonight we have Mark Lanegan.”

Peter Hook & The Light’s setlist was:

New Order – ‘Movement’ set
Dreams Never End (New Order)
Truth (New Order)
Senses (New Order)
Chosen Time (New Order)
ICB (New Order)
The Him (New Order )
Doubts Even Here (New Order)
Denial (New Order)

Joy Division – Set 1
No Love Lost (Joy Division)
Joy Division – ‘Closer’ set
Atrocity Exhibition (Joy Division)
Isolation (Joy Division)
Passover (Joy Division)
Colony (Joy Division)
A Means to an End (Joy Division)
Heart and Soul (Joy Division)
Twenty Four Hours (Joy Division)
The Eternal (Joy Division)
Decades (Joy Division)


Joy Division – Set 2
Digital (Joy Division)
Joy Division – ‘Unknown Pleasure’s set
Disorder (Joy Division)
Day of the Lords (Joy Division)
Candidate (Joy Division)
Insight (Joy Division)
New Dawn Fades (Joy Division)
She’s Lost Control (Joy Division)
Shadowplay (Joy Division)
Wilderness (Joy Division)
Interzone (Joy Division)
I Remember Nothing (Joy Division)
Encore
Atmosphere (Joy Division cover – with Mark Lanegan)
Dead Souls (Joy Division  – with Mark Lanegan)
Transmission (Joy Division)
Ceremony (New Order)
Love Will Tear Us Apart (Joy Division )

As well as singing the praises of Rihanna and Taylor Swift (but condemning Simon Cowell), Hook also recently spoke to NME about his admiration of The 1975 and Blossoms –but added that he believes Manchester’s music scene has “lost its way a bit“.

Hacienda Classical on tour

Hook will be on the road with Haçienda Classiçal next year. Full dates are below and tickets are available here.

 Saturday May 19, 2018 – GLASGOW Braehead Arena
Saturday June 30, 2018 – MANCHESTER Castlefield Bowl
Saturday August 18, 2018 – EDINBURGH Royal Highland Centre
Friday September 28, 2018 – LONDON Royal Albert Hall
Saturday September 29, 2018 – LEEDS first direct Arena