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New Order Share 11-Minute Long Hot Chip Remix of “Tutti Frutti” and Launch Singularity Website

Website Includes Contributions from Robert Smith, Factory Floor, and Algiers

Oct 19, 2015 Hot Chip Bookmark and Share

At the end of last month New Order released Music Complete, their excellent first studio album in a decade, their first for their new label Mute, and the first not to feature founding member Peter Hook (but it sees the return of founding member Gillian Gilbert). Now they have announced that the album’s next single will be “Tutti Frutti,” which features guest vocals from La Roux’s Elly Jackson, and they have shared a new remix of the song by Hot Chip, which you can stream below. The original version of the song was already fairly dancefloor-ready, but Hot Chip stretches it out to over 11 minutes (11:44 to be exact).

New Order has also launched a brand new website named Singularity. Its point is to recognize the influence New Order has had on music. It features the Hot Chip remix and includes contributions from Robert Smith of The Cure, Factory Floor, Algiers, and Will Broome. Smith has compiled a playlist of New Order songs that have been important to him. Algiers wrote an essay about New Order. Factory Floor reworked a session they did with New Order’s Stephen Morris. Will Broome, an illustrator best known for his work with Marc Jacobs, has created a new piece of artwork inspired by the cover art for New Order’s classic “Blue Monday” single. Check it all out at Singularity.

Below is the Hot Chip remix, followed by New Order’s upcoming tour dates. Hot Chip’s latest album, Why Make Sense?, came out back in May via Domino. Also be sure to pick up Under the Radar’s current print issue to read our interview with New Order’s Bernard Sumner about Music Complete. And read our review of Music Complete here.

New Order Tour Dates:

4 Nov - Paris, Casino de Paris **SOLD OUT** - Hot Vestry / DJ Tintin
6 Nov - Brussels, Ancienne Belgique **SOLD OUT** - Hot Vestry / DJ Tintin
8 Nov - Stockholm, Annexet **SOLD OUT** - Hot Vestry / DJ Jon Dasilva
11 Nov - Berlin, Tempodrom **SOLD OUT** - Jake Evans / DJ Daniel Miller
16 Nov - London, Brixton Academy**SOLD OUT** - The Horrors / DJ Tintin
17 Nov - London, Brixton Academy -The Horrors / DJ Tintin
19 Nov - Glasgow, Academy **SOLD OUT** - Hot Vestry / DJ Tintin
21 Nov - Liverpool, Olympia **SOLD OUT** - Jake Evans / DJ Tintin
24 Nov - Wolverhampton, Civic Hall **SOLD OUT** - Jake Evans / DJ Tintin
29 Nov - Hong Kong, Clockenflap Festival
5 Dec - Manchester, The Warehouse Project **SOLD OUT**
6 Dec - Manchester, The Warehouse Project **SOLD OUT**
19/20 Dec - Houston, Texas, Day For Night Festival


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