New Order are one of the most influential and critically acclaimed bands of their generation. They combined dance and punk to become an international success story selling millions worldwide. The band rose from the tragic ending of post-punk pioneers, Joy Division. Through Factory Records, the independent Manchester label that oversaw the Joy Division releases, New Order showcased their debut album, ‘Movement’ in 1981. The band continued to experiment with their sound on the album, ‘Power, Corruption & Lies’. As with their previous singles, the song, ‘Blue Monday’ was not included on the album and would go on to become the biggest selling 12 inch single of all time. In 2013 New Order released a collection of outtakes from sessions including tracks written with Hook entitled, ‘Lost Sirens’. Featuring archive material, music videos – “CRYSTAL” “REPUBLIC” and, exclusive insights from music critics and journalists JOHN AIZLEWOOD (Evening Standard), DANIELLE PERRY (XFM), WILL HODGKINSON (The Times) & CAMILLA PIA (BBC Radio 6).