November 15, 2006 11:00

John Peel's favourite band announce new album The Fall Tickets

The band are also set to release two books

John Peel's favourite band announce new album
John Peel’s favourite band The Fall are set to embark on a release frenzy in the next few months, unveiling a new album and two books.

The band’s new album ‘Reformation’ is set to be released in late January or early February 2007.

According to Pitchfork, the album will contain twelve tracks, including ‘My Door’, ‘Fall Sound’, ‘Scenario’ and ‘Reformation’ itself.

Photographer Bob Gruen, who has previously worked with Led Zeppelin, David Bowie and John Lennon, has shot the album cover, a photograph of the band.

Mark E Smith will also publish his autobiography ‘Renegade: The Gospel According To Mark E Smith’ on April 26, while ‘Perverted By Language: Fiction Inspired By The Fall’, a collection of short stories, follows on June 28.

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