New Order Will Release Their 2018 Alexandra Palace Concert Next Year
New Order have announced the release of their 2018 sold out show at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Due out next year, the set will be available on multiple formats.
The band’s performance, on 9th November 2018, was their only live show that year. The set list featured a mix of New Order classics, including Bizarre Love Triangle, Blue Monday and Ultraviolence, as well as versions of Joy Division‘s Disorder, Atmosphere, Decades, and Love Will Tear Us Apart.
New Order announced the release on Twitter, revealing that it will be made available in April 2021 and also shared a video of their performance of Sub-Culture, taken from the live show.
On this day in 2018 the band performed a sold out show at @Yourallypally. The full concert will be released on multiple formats in April next year, in the meantime, here’s a little something to tide you over until then.
Watch here >> https://t.co/Ve5e54r0ma pic.twitter.com/IrPhAWabmn
— New Order (@neworder) November 9, 2020
Elsewhere, the band have been sharing their podcast, Transmissions The Definitive Story, which traces the story of Joy Division and New Order, the first episode of which can be heard below.
Last month, New Order also shared a new remix of their September 2020 single, Be A Rebel, which was used in a promotional video for the band’s partnership with Adidas on a capsule range of clothing, nwrdrSPZL.