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40 years of Unknown Pleasure

Posted June 22, 2019, 5:33 p.m. in Records by Loren
40 years of Unknown Pleasure

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In 2019, Joy Division's Unknown Pleasures celebrates 4 years since its release.


First released in 1979, the band is marking the occasion by collaborating with a variety of film directors to re-image in the music in the context of 2019. Visual coordinator Warren Jackson has commissioned a short film for each track on the album, which will be released throughout the year. "I Remember Nothing," directed by Helgi and Hörður kicks things off:


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