Rob Jones

Peter Hook and the Light play tribute to the origins of the main man with a concert comprising of the Joy Division albums Unknown Pleasures and Closer superseding an opening set of New Order classics.

The evening of Mancunian majesty is set for The Tramshed, Cardiff on Saturday, April 22, 7pm. In all honesty as New Order continue to by pass Wales, it is well done Peter Hook and his band who have been a godsend with a series of visits to the capital city. Each event has offered a jam packed extravaganza celebrating some of the most influential alternative music of all time. Hook does not hold back as the past is rocketed into the present and because of its stellar substance these timeless tunes appeal to the original fan base but they have also transcended to a new breed.

There will never be another Ian Curtis but this is not a desire to copy but an ambition to honour a legacy that many in the music game can only lust after.

Hook was right there in the centre of the Joy Division and New Order stories and now is a golden opportunity to thrive in this momentum.

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