Factory Floor Leak Death-Disco Single 'Fall Back': Hear a First Taste of DFA Debut

We keep dancing on our own :(

FF, ffs
FF, ffs

Factory Floor, London's industrial-strength Gristle-disco mutants, have finally unleashed the first taste of their long-awaited DFA debut. The eight-minute "Fall Back" (R.I.P. Big L) is a perfect slurry of thudding '90s EBM grave-rave and the frantic clang and clatter of turn-of-the-'80s post-punk (see our October reissue of the month, Fac. Dance 02 for two discs tracks of the O.G. stuff), basically what they do best. The single, out January 14, putt-putts and chugs into the void. We couldn't be happier to be so miserable.

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