Mark E Smith’s shape-shifting post-punk unit The Fall will release a new album next month.
Titled Re-Mit, it features the line-up of Peter Greenway, Keiron Melling, Elena Poulou, David Spurr and Smith himself (the five of them make up longest-serving line-up in the band’s history), and will be released on May 15 through Cherry Red [via The Quietus].
Formed in 1976, The Fall have over 30 albums to their name, with Smith the only constant throughout the group’s turbulent history. The title of this latest album, Re-Mit, was first announced at the start of the year, but full details have only been released today.
01. No Respects (instrumental)
02. Sir William Wray
03. Kinder Of Spine
05. Hittite Man
06. Pre-MDMA Years
07. No Respects rev. (featuring vocals)
08. Victrola Time
11. Jam Song