Sky Arts to screen New Order documentary

New Order: Decades follows the staging of their 2017 synth orchestra concerts

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Sky Arts will screen a new feature-length documentary about New Order on September 22 at 9pm.

Directed by Mike Christie, New Order: Decades follows the band as they prepare for their 2017 So It Goes… concerts at the Manchester International Festival, where they reimagined their back catalogue for a 12-piece synthesiser orchestra.

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According to the press release, “New Order: Decades offers a rare chance to enter the band’s private world, understand the visual philosophy of their aesthetic and design, and witness their collaborative, creative processes first-hand.”

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