New Order perform ‘Singularity’ on Late Show…With Stephen Colbert

Nick Wilson

Nick Wilson

New Order brought ‘Music Complete‘ and its new single ‘Singularity‘ to late night US television yesterday (March 14th), have a watch below.

The band appeared on the Late Show…With Stephen Colbert ahead of the track’s release as a 12″ on March 25th, featuring remix versions from Liars, Tom Rowlands of The Chemical Brothers, JS Zeiter and Erol Alkan.

“Given the decade which has elapsed between the two, the story here could quite easily have been the band themselves: about how Bernard Sumner and Peter Hook swapped literary blows in their respective autobiographies, how Gillian Gilbert has returned after winning her fight against breast cancer, how surprised they were to find out that they’d split up by dint of Hook’s unilateral departure – or in fact any one of half a dozen other fracas, disputes, ‘torts and so on,” our ‘Music Complete’ review reads.

“It isn’t though. Instead of saluting the fact that thirty-five years after they formed as a result of Ian Curtis‘ tragic suicide the highly dysfunctional New Order have managed simply to make their tenth album, the headline is that ‘Music Complete’ is not just worthy and erudite, but that it also marks a complete rebirth.”

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