New Order are set to release a full box set based on their debut album 'Movement'.
The album was recorded in the aftermath of Ian Curtis' suicide, when Joy Division mutated and became New Order.
It's a record informed by grief, loss, and uncertainty, with Bernard Sumner and Peter Hook sharing vocal duties.
Recorded in May 1981 with the legendary Martin Hannett at the controls, 'Movement' remains a potent document, unlike anything else in their catalogue.
The 'definitive' box set edition of the album lands on April 4th, featuring a plethora of extras and a full DVD.
The box set will also boast a hardback book, with Peter Saville once again taking care of design duties.
'Movement' box set lands on April 4th. The four 12 inch singles - 'Ceremony' original version, 'Ceremony' re-recorded version, 'Everything's Gone Green' and 'Temptation' - will be released in their original sleeves, one a week starting on March 8th.
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