Watch New Order’s disco-lit video for ‘Tutti Frutti’

The track features vocals from La Roux's Elly Jackson

New Order have unveiled their video for ‘Tutti Frutti’, the second single from their tenth album ‘Music Complete’, which was released in September 2015.

‘Tutti Frutti’ is one of three tracks on the album to feature vocals from La Roux‘s Elly Jackson. It was released as a single in October 2015 but its video was held until today (January 23).

The single’s dance-filled video shows an older man veering between surreal chat-show sequences and dog-dancing. See it below.

In November last year the band were sued by ex-bassist Peter Hook for “many millions of pounds” in a row over royalties. “It saddened me a few years ago,” guitarist Phil Cunningham told Loaded, “but he’s said such horrible things about Bernard and the rest of the band that it just makes me angry now.”

“Peter phoned me a couple of years ago,” continued Cunningham, “because I said something in an interview that offended him. He said: ‘Look, it’s all getting a bit personal, this. It’s ridiculous. I’ve got my thing, you’ve got yours, and it’s cool. Everyone’s happy.’ But that’s obviously not the case. He’s not happy. He decided to leave the house, and now he’s outside it, chucking bricks through the window.”

Hook – who left the band in 2007 – accused “former friends” Bernard Sumner and Stephen and Gillian Morris of setting up a new company to handle the band’s income, “pillaging” the group’s name and leaving him £2.3 million out of pocket. He stated that he had been left with just a “fraction” of what he was owed and took the case to the High Court. New Order frontman Bernard Sumner recently said that the feud is “getting boring”.