In the new issue of NME, Bernard Sumner speaks about New Order’s forthcoming album—their first in 10 years. “It’s going to be finished by spring and maybe released in the summer now,” he says. “Who knows? The most important thing is what we’ve done sounds amazing.”
Sumner also states that guitars are out and synths are in. “It’s an electronic-sounding album, dance-based but not housey. It’s being mixed by Craig Silvey [Arcade Fire, REM, Nine Inch Nails, Portishead], and we’ve worked with Tom Rowlands from The Chemical brothers on three tracks,” he says.
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