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"Here to Stay"
Single by New Order
from the album 24 Hour Party People
Released 15 April 2002
Format Vinyl record (12"), CD, DVD
Recorded 2002
Genre Alternative, Dance, House
Length 4:58
Label London
Producer The Chemical Brothers, New Order
New Order singles chronology
"Someone Like You"
"Here to Stay"

"Here to Stay" is a song by New Order, produced by The Chemical Brothers, which was released as a single in 2002. Unavailable on any album, it was available both as a single and as a track on their compilation International. An extended instrumental was on their box set Retro.

The song was the closing track from the movie 24 Hour Party People, the only totally new composition for the movie. Its video, in black and white, took some scenes from the movie, and featured John Simm, who played Bernard Sumner in the movie, reprising his role. The video was dedicated to Rob Gretton, Martin Hannett and Ian Curtis, three people instrumental in the foundation of the band who had since died.

The track was released without major marketing, but still reached #15 in the UK charts. The figure would have been higher had sales of the DVD version been counted with the CD sales, as it also sold well.

The song was B-Sided with the track "Player in the League", New Order's failed entry for ITV's 'Match of the Day'. The track was originally slated for inclusion on 'Get Ready', but was dropped. [1]


Track listing



  1. "Here to Stay (Radio Edit)" (3:55)
  2. "Here to Stay (Full Length Vocal)" (5:00)
  3. "Player in the League" (5:35)


  1. "Here to Stay (Radio Edit)" (3:55)
  2. "Here to Stay (Felix Da Housecat - Extended Glitz Mix)" (8:08)
  3. "Here to Stay (Scumfrog Dub Mix)" (8:01)


  1. "Here to Stay (Radio Edit)" (3:55)
  2. "Here to Stay (Felix Da Housecat - the extended glitz mix)" (8:08)
  3. "Here to Stay" [video]
  4. "24 Hour Party People Video Clips"

Chart positions

Chart (2002) Peak
Australia ARIA Singles Chart 64
French SNEP Singles Chart [2] 99
German Media Control Singles Chart [3] 77
U.K. Singles Chart [4] 15


New Order
Singles: "Ceremony"  · "Procession"  · "Everything's Gone Green"  · "Temptation"  · "Blue Monday"  · "Confusion"  · "Thieves Like Us"  · "Murder"  · "The Perfect Kiss"  · "Sub-culture"  · "Shellshock"  · "State of the Nation"  · "Bizarre Love Triangle"  · "True Faith (song)"  · "Touched by the Hand of God"  · "Blue Monday 1988"  · "Fine Time"  · "Round & Round"  · "Run 2"  · "World in Motion"  · "Regret"  · "Ruined in a Day"  · "World (The Price of Love)"  · "Spooky"  · "True Faith-94"  · "1963"  · "Blue Monday-95"  · "Bizarre Love Triangle" (US re-release)  · "Video 5 8 6"  · "Crystal"  · "60 Miles an Hour"  · "Someone Like You"  · "Here to Stay"  · "Krafty"  · "Jetstream"  · "Waiting for the Sirens' Call"  · "Guilt Is a Useless Emotion"


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