19 Apr 2013
Live @ Manchester Cathedral 18 January 2013 
Peter Hook and The Light Live @ Manchester Cathedral 18 January 2013 by Craige Barker

Peter Hook and The Light are set to release a recording of their 18 January concert [->] at Manchester Cathedral in which they played the New Order albums Movement and Power Corruption And Lies in full and in sequential order. The full tracklisting also features many of the singles of 1981 to 1983 including Ceremony, Everything's Gone Green, Temptation and Blue Monday.

The full show, dubbed "quite extraordinary" and "a real triumph" by critics, is released via Play Concert on Monday 22 April and free downloads and streams including Transmission and Isolation are available now via Soundcloud. Recordings from earlier "Unknown Pleasures" shows live in Preston and Leeds in November 2012 are also available.

Tracklisting

In A Lonely Place
Ceremony
Procession
Dreams Never End
Truth
Senses
Chosen Time
I.C.B.
The Him
Doubts Even Here
Everything's Gone Green
Denial
Mesh
Cries And Whispers
Age Of Consent
We All Stand
The Village
586
Your Silent Face
Ultraviolence
Ecstasy
Leave Me Alone
The Beach
Hurt
Temptation
Blue Monday

Hooky and the boys go back out on the road in the summer playing festival and headline shows across the UK including a showcase at The Coronet in London.

Summer 2013 live itinerary

1 Jun - Crooked Ways Festival Pontefract (Movement/PC&L H'lights)
21 Jun - The Coronet London (Movement / PC&L Electronic Set)
23 Jun - Barnaby Festival Macclesfield (Unknown Pleasures / Closer)
23 Jul - Buxton Opera House, Buxton (Movement / PC&L Full LPs)
11 Aug - Rebellion Festival, Blackpool (Unknown Pleasures)

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