Late last year, iconic post-punk bassist Peter Hook promised to perform New Order's classic LPs Low-Life (1985) and Brotherhood (1986) in full in 2014. Now, he's booked a North American tour for these full-album gigs.
This tour will find Hooky joined by his band the Light, marking the fourth time they've travelled through North America playing albums from the bassist's back catalogue. There will be 14 shows in all, including Canadian dates in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. See the schedule below.
In addition to the complete albums, these shows will include singles and B-sides spanning from 1983's "Confusion" to 1987's "True Faith" (the trip is appropriately called "From Confusion to True Faith"). This period includes the hit "Bizarre Love Triangle."
Adding to the nostalgia parade, the Light will perform as their own opening act, beginning the night with a selection of Joy Division songs.
Meanwhile, Hook still remains on bad terms with his former New Order bandmates, who continue to use the band name without him. They have some dates of their own in the coming months.
11/04 Austin, TX - The Mohawk
11/06 Philadelphia, PA - Trocadero
11/07 New York, NY - Irving Plaza
11/08 Boston, MA - Royale
11/10 Montreal, QC - Theatre Tellus
11/11 Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall
11/13 Ferndale, MI - The Magic Bag
11/14 Chicago, IL - Metro
11/15 Minneapolis, MN - Fine Line Music Cafe
11/17 Vancouver, BC - Venue
11/18 Seattle, WA - Nuemos
11/20 Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom
11/21 San Francisco, CA - Mezzanine
11/22 Los Angeles, CA - Henry Fonda Theatre