New Order's new live album has a complicated title -- '∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So it goes.. -- and a sort of complicated premise, recorded during the Manchester International Festival where they played with a "synthesizer orchestra," performing many songs that hadn't been in a setlist in decades. They've just shared "Ultraviolence," a deep cut from side 2 of 1983's Power, Corruption and Lies that has been in regular set rotation for a while but sounds pretty great here, especially Stephen Morris' tom-heavy drumming. Listen to that below.

New Order are on the European festival circuit this summer and announced a Miami residency for January 2020.