The Fall announce details of 32nd studio album, New Facts Emerge

Song titles include "Couples Vs Jobless Mid 30s", "Second House Now" and "O! ZZTRRK Man"

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The Fall have announced details of their 32nd studio album.

New Facts Emerge will be released on Cherry Red Records on July 28. The album was produced by Kieron Melling/Mark E. Smith and engineered by Ding.

The line-up on New Facts Emerge is: Mark E. Smith (lead vocals); Peter Greenway (guitar, synth, backing vocals); Dave Spurr (bass, Mellotron, backing vocals); Kieron Melling (drums).

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Tracklist:
Segue
Fol De Rol
Brillo De Facto
Victoria Train Station Massacre
New Facts Emerge
Couples Vs Jobless Mid 30s
Second House Now
O! ZZTRRK Man
Gibbus Gibson
Groundsboy
Nine Out Of Ten

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