Music Video of the Day: Confusion by New Order (1983, directed by Charles Sturridge)


This song, produced by New York DJ Arthur Baker, was the first song that New Order ever recorded in New York.  It was released as the follow-up to their breakthrough hit, Blue Monday.

The video was shot in New York City, primarily at a club called Funhouse.  Director Charles Sturridge was a former actor who went on to work as a television and occasionally a film director.  His best-known work is probably the original BBC adaptation of Brideshead Revisited.

Enjoy!

One response to “Music Video of the Day: Confusion by New Order (1983, directed by Charles Sturridge)

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