New Order, Pet Shop Boys Share Opening Night Set Lists From ‘Unity’ Tour
New Order and Pet Shop Boys kicked off their joint North American tour over the weekend. You can see the setlists from their opening night below.
The British synth-pop titans’ tour got underway at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage on Saturday, 17 September following delays due to the COVID pandemic.
The Unity Tour’s revised dates include guest DJ Paul Oakenfold and take in an additional date at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center in New York.
New Order opened their set on Saturday with Regret and wrapped with a cover of Joy Division‘s classic song, Love Will Tear Us Apart.
Pet Shop Boys, meanwhile, opened with Surburbia before closing with Being Boring. The duo also played several covers including Gwen McCrae’s You Were Always On My Mind and Sterling Void’s It’s Alright.
To celebrate their ‘Unity’ tour of North America the two bands last week launched a new range of ‘Unity tour’ merchandise. Among the new items becoming available will be ‘Substance’ and ‘True Faith’ New Order T-shirts tee (both of which are returning after an absence) and a new Factory USA tee design. In addition, brand new ‘Unity’ tour apparel is available, with black or white tees, sweatshirts and hoodies featuring the names of both bands on the front and the ‘Unity’ tour dates on the back. Visit New Order’s official web store for further information.
New Order set list:
Age Of Consent
Your Silent Face
The Perfect Kiss
Be A Rebel
Bizarre Love Triangle
Love Will Tear Us Apart (Joy Division cover)
Pet Shop Boys played:
Can You Forgive Her?
Opportunities (Let’s Make Lots Of Money)
Where The Streets Have No Name (I Can’t Take My Eyes Off You)
I Don’t Know What You Want But I Can’t Give It Any More
Left To My Own Devices
Love Comes Quickly
Losing My Mind (Stephen Sondheim cover)
You Were Always On My Mind (Gwen McCrae cover)
It’s Alright (Sterling Void cover)
It’s A Sin
West End Girls
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