The band will preview material from their forthcoming LP while on the road...
THE FALL look set to premiire new material from their forthcoming studio album on a UK tour in June.
Sources close to the band have revealed to nme.com that they are scheduled to go into studios in Manchester and London throughout the next few weeks to start recording the songs they have been writing since the beginning of the year. No firm date has been scheduled for the release of any of the new material.
The source also claimed that the band will “fine tune” some of their new songs on their June tour of northern England and Scotland, which calls at: Ashton Under Lyne Witchwood (June 12) Hull Adelphi (13) Middlesbrough Cornerhouse (14) Glasgow King Tuts (15) Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (16) Dundee Fat Sams (17) Aberdeen Glow 303 (18)The Fall‘s last studio album was ‘The Marshall Suite’, which was released in April last year on Artful Records.
The only other Fall album since was a compilation featuring the best of the band’s output over the last ten years – ‘A Past Gone Mad: The Best Of The Fall 1990-2000’, which was released in February of this year, also through Artful.