British musician Bernard Sumner announced last week that the new album New Order it will be ready for next spring and it will sound in the style of the first albums of the group. New Order's next album will be the first after bassist Peter Hook left in 2007, and the first to contain unreleased tracks since 'Waiting For The Sirens Call', released in 2005.
His previous published work was 'Lost Sirens' (2013), an album that was made with discarded songs from 'Waiting For The Sirens'. Sumner confirmed to the British press: «The album is going to be finished by the spring and it may be that it will be released in the summer. Who knows exactly when, the most important thing of all is that it sounds spectacular ".
Sumner also added: “It's an album with an eclectic sound style, with a more dance than house base. In the mix we have worked together with Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, REM, Nine Inch Nails, Portishead), and we have also worked three songs from the album with Tom Rowlands of The Chemical Brothers ”. As well tracklist anticipated of some of the songs that the new album would contain, among which are: Plastic, Restless (which could be the first single and song that has Rowland as a collaborator), Singularity, Unlearn This Hatred and Tutti Frutti.