New Order Explore 'Bizarre Love Triangle' on 'Kimmel'
Synth-pop band keeps sharp between Coachella appearances

With a week to burn between Coachella performances, New Order stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to keep sharp with a performance of their 1986 single "Bizarre Love Triangle." Clad in a black New Order T-shirt, frontman Bernard Sumner danced along while singing over waves of synths and a steady pulsing rhythm. 

New Order Seek to Balance Writing and the Road

New Order's performance last Saturday was among the highlights of the first weekend of Coachella thanks to a set that mixed their own hits with a selection of Joy Division classics. The second weekend of the Indio, California, festival begins on Friday.

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