New Order has announced full details for “Tutti Frutti” the latest single to be taken from “Music Complete” out digitally on Mute on December 11, 2015. A 12” will follow on December 18. “Tutti Frutti” features Elly Jackson aka La Roux on guest vocals and will include a host of remixes, alongside an extended 12” mix.
You can view the track list for the 2 different versions of the single below, and listen to the extended 12” mix below.
The brand new New Order album “Music Complete” was released on September 25th on Mute. The album is New Order’s first full studio release since 2005’s “Waiting For The Siren’s Call”, and their debut for the cult label Mute. “Music Complete” also marks the return to the studio for Gillian Gilbert to record her first album with New Order since 2001’s “Get Ready”.
The track list for the various versions of “Tutti Frutti”.
- Side 1 – Tutti Frutti – Extended 12″ mix
- Side 2 – Tutti Frutti – Hot Chip Remix Vinyl Edit
CD / Digital
- Single Version
- 12″ Extended Mix 2
- Hot Chip Remix
- Tom Trago’s Crazy Days Remix
- Richy Ahmed Remix
- Hallo Halo Remix
New Order has announced their first US date in support of “Music Complete” at Houston’s inaugural Day for Night Festival. This will be the band’s only North American performance in 2015.
Other New Order live dates confirmed so far:
- 6 Nov – Brussels, Ancienne Belgique – Hot Vestry / DJ Tintin
- 8 Nov – Stockholm, Annexet – Hot Vestry / DJ Jon Dasilva
- 11 Nov – Berlin, Tempodrom – Jake Evans / DJ Daniel Miller
- 16 Nov – London, Brixton Academy – The Horrors / DJ Tintin
- 17 Nov – London, Brixton Academy – The Horrors / DJ Tintin
- 19 Nov – Glasgow, Academy – Hot Vestry / DJ Tintin
- 21 Nov – Liverpool, Olympia – Jake Evans / DJ Tintin
- 24 Nov – Wolverhampton, Civic Hall – Jake Evans / DJ Tintin
- 29 Nov – Hong Kong, Clockenflap Festival
- 5-6 Dec – Manchester, The Warehouse Project
- 19-20 Dec – Houston, Day for Night Festival
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