WATCH: New Order Shares Live "Sub-culture" from Alexandra Palace 2018

Bernard Sumner of New Order performs on stage at Alexandra Palace on November 9, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Gus Stewart/Redferns)
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Bernard Sumner of New Order performs on stage at Alexandra Palace on November 9, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Gus Stewart/Redferns)

New Order has still got it. The UK post-punk legends have shared a live version of Brotherhood single "Sub-culture" recorded at London's Alexandra Palace 2018 in November 2018. The clip is from a full-length concert film that band is releasing in April 2021. The show, which happened on November 9, 2018, is legendary among New Order fans for being among the longest sets the band has ever performed live with 22 songs over more than two hours. 

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The band will release the full Alexandra Palace show across multiple formats in April 2021. While we wait patiently for more details, check out the "Sub-culture" performance below. 

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