Album: Music Complete (2015)


  • Tom Rowlands of The Chemical Brothers returned the favor of singer Bernard Sumner's appearance on the 1999 single "Out Of Control" by producing two tracks for Music Complete - this and "Unlearn This Hatred." Sumner recalled to Uncut: "We put that together so we could play it live on the Lollapalooza tour we did in South America in March (2015)."
  • According to Sumner, the song was originally titled "Drop Guitar" as, initially "it was written on a guitar that had a dropped tuning on it."
  • The video is a fast-paced collage of footage taken from B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West-Berlin 1979-1989, a 2015 art house movie about music producer Mark Reeder's life in 1980s West Berlin. The clip was edited by Damian Hale, who is the guy responsible for the visuals that make up New Order's stage show.


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