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Three members of The Fall’s final and longest-serving line-up – Keiron Melling, Dave Spurr and Pete Greenway – have formed a new band called Imperial Wax with vocalist/guitarist Sam Curran.

Hear their debut single “No Man’s Land” below:

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It’s from the album Gastwerk Saboteurs, which will be released by Saustex Records on May 17.

Imperial Wax head out on tour in May and June, see the full list of dates below:

Thursday 30th May Huddersfield, The Parish
Friday 31st May Manchester, Night People
Saturday 1st June Birmingham, Castle & Falcon
Sunday 2nd June Brighton, Prince Albert
Monday 3rd June – Bristol, Rough Trade
Thursday 6 June London, The Islington
Friday 7th June Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
Thursday 13th June Glasgow, Broadcast
Friday 14th June Newcastle, Think Tank Underground

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