So This Is Permanent is available digitally for the first time to coincide with the 40th anniversary of Ian Curtis’ death.
A commemoration of a poet’s legacy 40 years later and counting.
So This Is Permanent captures Hook and The Light’s 2015 performance at Christ Church in Macclesfield, England.
The spirit of the Hacienda continues online.
New Order’s Peter Hook and producer Georgia guest on this stretched-out long pour of a groove.
Latest Song Machine offering also features Georgia.
The 15-date outing launches in October.
Featuring interviews with Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, Deborah Curtis, Peter Saville, et al.
The one-off show also promises Chino Moreno, Peter Hook, and… Mark McGrath.
The former Screaming Trees frontman remained on stage to perform “Dead Souls”.
Multi-million dollar lawsuit has reached “full and final settlement.”
The tour will find Hook playing through New Order and Joy Division’s respective Substance albums in their entirety.