Australia 2020


Australia 2020

We're delighted to be extending our 2020 tours with two shows in Australia. We'll be heading to Sydney and Melbourne, with support from Confidence Man and Cut Copy (Melbourne only). Tickets go on general sale on October 15th.

General Public On-Sale Starts: 12.00pm, Monday 15 October (Local Time)
General Public Ticket Limit: 10 tickets per customer




New Order Management to be honoured at 2019 Artist & Manager Awards.


 New Order Management, Rebecca Boulton and Andy Robinson, are set to be honoured at this year's Artist & Manager Awards. Read more about the Rebecca, Andy and the award via Music Week here


Congratulations Rebecca and Andy!


Prague Venue Upgraded


Prague Venue Upgraded

We're really excited to be hitting the road in Europe this coming October, performing in Prague, Munich, Berlin, Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam.

Our original venue in Prague, Czech Republic - Lucerna Great Hall, has now been updated and we'll now be performing at Forum Karlin, Prague. Tickets are on sale now: Original tickets are still valid.

Tickets for our shows in Germany, France and the Netherlands are already sold out, but you can still get tickets for our show in Brussells which you can purchase here:

Support comes from STOLEN, a Sino-psychedelic, Techno-Rock band from Chengdu, China. Find out more here:

Share your experience across social with the following hashtags; #NewOrderPrague #NewOrderMunich #NewOrderBerlin #NewOrderParis #NewOrderBrussels #NewOrderAmsterdam 


Stephen To Appear At Moseley Folk and Arts Festival



Stephen To Appear At Moseley Folk and Arts Festival

Stephen will be appearing Moseley Folk and Arts Festival in the coming weeks, to discuss his new book Record Play Pause.

Last remaining tickets are available here


Japanese Dates For 2020

Japanese Dates For 2020

We're thrilled to announce that we will be returning to Asia for shows in Japan, in 2020. We'll be heading for Tokyo on March 3rd and 4th and Osaka on March 6th. Tickets will go on general sale on September 7th 2019 from 

Share your experience across social with #NewOrderTokyo and #NewOrderOsaka

The shows follow on from our already announed Miami residency in January 2020 which is on sale now from



Bernard Receives Lifetime Achievement Award at O2 Silver Clefs

Bernard Receives Lifetime Achievement Award at O2 Silver Clefs

Today, Bernard received the Integro Outstanding Achievement Award at the 2019 O2 
Silver Clef Awards in aid of music therapy chairty Nordoff Robbins. He follows artists such as Robert Plant, Blondie and Patti Smith who have all been presented with the award in recent years. He was presented the award at London's Grosvenor House by The Chemical Brothers.

 Bernard spoke on the blue carpet before receiving the award about the work of the charity, which you view here.

About Nordoff Robbins

Music has a power unlike anything else. From your earliest moments on earth, before you are even born, you begin a powerful relationship with music. The first sound you hear is the soothing rhythm of your mother’s heartbeat.

So when a parent comes to us with a child who’s never spoken, or when a family comes to us because their mother is isolated by her dementia, we use music with the ambition to enhance and improve their lives.

Our music therapists are trained to tune into each movement, reaction and expression of the people they’re working with. They can then adapt their approach and the music they’re playing to skilfully unlock potential and inspire positive emotions and interactions.

It’s not easy, but in the expert hands of our therapists, music can break through where words can’t. This isn’t just what we believe. It’s what we’ve witnessed.

Find out more about the charity and how you can get involved here:


Miami Residency 2020


Miami Residency 2020

For the first time in the U.S, New Order will perform a residency at the intimate Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater. The band will be performing four shows on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 14th and 15th and Friday and Saturday January 17th and 18th 2020.  All performances start at 8PM.

Tickets go on sale Friday, June 28th 2019 at 10AM.

General Admission tickets for each New Order Residency performances are $78.50 in advance and $85.00 day of show. There is also a 4-Day General Admission ticket for $62.50 /performance.  A limited number of Special Reserved Seats are available for $120.50.  All tickets are on sale Friday, June 28th at 10AM at or charge by phone 800-745-3000 and at the Fillmore Box Office during normal business hours (Monday – Friday, 11AM – 6PM and during show days).

All dates, acts and ticket prices are subject to change without notice. All tickets are subject to applicable taxes, parking and service and handling charges.

Hotel packages available and more info at



Unknown Pleasures at 40

Unknown Pleasures at 40

2019 is the 40th anniversary of the release of the acclaimed Joy Division album ‘Unknown Pleasures’. An album that was the sound of the future when it was released in 1979, and an album that sounds as relevant, urgent and ‘from the future’ here and now.

One of the most seminal albums to be recorded, Joy Division’s 'Unknown Pleasures' has influenced countless creative minds over the years,and continues to be an instructive legacy that sees no end. The anniversary itself has been commemorated with a series of celebrations in Manchester and across the world over the past week.

The album was re-released as an LP last Friday pressed on 180g ruby red vinyl with an alternative white cover designed by iconic Factory Records designer Peter Saville, as he had originally intended. Unknown Pleasures failed to chart upon its original release in the UK and later peaked at number 71, in August 1980, shortly after the death of lead singer Ian Curtis. 40 years on Unknown Pleasures now sits at number 5 in the Official UK Album Chart. You can order your copy here.

The anniversary began on Friday with a special show on BBC Radio 6 Music, with Mary-Anne Hobbs featuring interviews with the band, plus Peter Saville and Jon Savage. The show also included a full playblack of the album, played from Mary-Anne's original vinyl copy. Listen back to the show on BBC Sounds.

Manchester saw a host of celebrations over the weekend, including limited edition Unknown Pleasures:40 T-Shirts being handed out to fans in the city across in three different locations; Spinningfields, Exchange Square and Tony Wilson Place. Despite the wind, downpour and of course sunshine in the space of 2 hours all of the  t-shirts were in the hands of fans, who came out in their thousands.

If you are lucky enough to receive a t-shirt or would like to support in anyway, please donate to The Calm Zone and/or Big Change MCR and reference 'Joy Division' at your donation. These are charities chosen directly by the family and members of Joy Division in honour of Ian.

The Calm Zone:
Big Change MCR:


Kerry McCarthy, Labour MP Bristol East

Tony Walsh, Poet

Elly Jackson, La Roux


Dave Haslam, Author

Furthermore, Saturday evening also saw Manchester celebrate the 40th anniversary by projecting the album cover on to Manchester Town Hall, St Peters Square and West Tower in Deansgate Square, to the acclaim of fans across the city.

Unknown Pleasures: Reimagine has also been announced.Working together with the band, their visual coordinator Warren Jackson has commissioned 10 new films, one for each track on the album, which will present a filmic re-imagining of the music in 2019. 

Collaborating with established artists and directors as well as up-and-coming filmmakers, the clips are created by those for whom Joy Division – and the album ‘Unknown Pleasures’ – has provided sense and form and framing – a fractured influence on their own insights, art and process. 

The series of videos - soundtracked by the original Joy Division recordings - will be released over the course of 2019 beginning in June. 

The first video is I Remember Nothing – Directors (Helgi and Hörður)– Watch HERE


Finally, Goodhood have teamed up with Factory Records' iconic art director Peter Saville, celebrating the 40th anniversary of Joy Division’s seminal 1979 album Unknown Pleasures.

The highly limited 13-piece collection is based on a lesser known piece of pop-trivia: the album’s classic black sleeve – one of the most iconic designs in popular music – was originally intended to be white with black pulsar waves. So, in recognition of this, we have produced a collaborative capsule collection that spans apparel, homeware, accessories and lifestyle goods, all adopting an ‘inverse’ colour scheme.

As well as Peter Saville and Joy Division, we have also joined forces with a number of our favourite brands – including Universal Works, YMC, Stepney Workers Club, Tom Wood & Big Love Records – to create a diverse range that truly celebrates Saville’s iconic design.

The collection launches on June 28th at 11am – Enter for the chance to purchase via the Goodhood launches platform now. Join us in store on Thursday 27th June, from 6.30-8.30pm where we will be hosting an exclusive launch party to celebrate the release of the project. As well as the opportunity to purchase the collection on the evening - 12 hours before the online release, there also will be free beers courtesy of Old Blue Last. Find out more here.