New Video From New Order - Tutti Frutti

New Video From New Order – Tutti Frutti

‘Tutti Frutti’ is taken from New Order’s Music Complete, out now on Mute.

Video directed by Tom Haines


On 22 September 2015 the band released a new album, Music Complete, their first without Peter Hook. The album was produced mostly by the band themselves, except “Singularity” and “Unlearn This Hatred”, both produced by Tom Rowlands, while “Superheated” features additional production by Stuart Price.[45] The album was released on CD, regular and limited-edition double clear LP, and an 8-piece deluxe vinyl box set, containing the double clear LP as well as extended versions of the 11 tracks on 6 different colored vinyl. All formats were available as of the initial release date, except the box set, which will be released on 20 November 2015. On 1 October Sumner was a guest on BBC Radio 4‘s Front Row arts show.[46]

In November 2015, Peter Hook sued Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert. In an objection, he claimed that they set up a new company behind his back and it has generated an income of £7.8 million in four years while he received only a fraction of that. The three members insisted they had treated Mr Hook fairly and that his stake in the band’s royalties was reasonable. The judge ruled that there was “at least a reasonable prospect” of Mr Hook proving that he was not getting a fair share of royalties and other income. He was willing to hear the case but urged the parties to come to an agreement rather than suffer legal costs of around £900,000