New order Has announced that they will be putting on a huge homecoming show in Manchester next year.
Held at Heaton Park in Manchester on September 10, 2021, it will be the band’s first home in four years and promises to be “a turning point in their careers”. They will be supported by Hot chip And Working Men’s Club.
“Who we are and who we are as a band is a key part of the connection between us and Manchester,” the New Order said in a statement. “From our early days and beyond the city, we have countless memories.”
They added: “We promise to bring a celebration like no other at Heaton Park in 2021, and we look forward to seeing everyone come together for that night that we will never forget.”
While waiting for their support slot, Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip said: “We’ve learned a lot from the New Order (including how Bernard likes his tea), and they’ve created some incredible music, emotional marriages with electronic, an artificial, raw at times And the icy beauty with the pop melody, and they definitely impressed us, as well as we shared some of the same influences that made their music known like Chicago House, Detroit Techno or Italo Disco.
He concluded: “But they are always proud of themselves, and it is a great honor to be back on stage with them, in their hometown and for us in Manchester. Don’t wait! ”
Sydney Minsky-Sergeant of the Working Men’s Club added: “It’s an honor to play with a band as important as the New Order and more or less on home turf. I am sure it will be a day to remember and it will be very special to support the New Order in Manchester. “
Tickets are on sale this week, starting with a special fan pre-sale on Tuesday (December) and on Thursday (December 10) at 9am with full general release tickets – get it. Here.
To celebrate the news of New Order’s return to Manchester in 2021, the band will join a special team listening party to Tim Burgess on December 15 at 8pm for their most recent LP ‘Music Complete’.
Meanwhile, New Order has announced that they will be releasing their 2018 sold-out Alexandra Palace show in multiple formats next year.
Held on November 9, 2018, The Ship was the band’s only show of the year and saw Joy share songs covering the cover of ‘Disorder’, ‘Atmosphere’, ‘Decades’ and ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’.
Arriving in April, 2021, New Order shared the news of the release on Twitter, along with a video of their performance in ‘Subculture’ from the show.
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