"Broken", the latest installment in the Erasure series - out later this week.

Broken, the prequel to 2012's Erasure is almost ready.
The editors have trawled and poked, and cut and provoked it into life, and we are all pretty proud of it.

Set in a time of pure hell for Bammer, 'Broken' answers a lot of questions for fans of Erasure.

Questions I won't elude to here.
Simple: To name those questions would affect the impact of Erasure.

But there are questions, and Broken finally produces answers.

The restraints attached to Belinda’s ankles and wrists, while a large padded belt wrapped around her mid-section.  
The smell of urine. Not warm and new, but older and almost masked by hospital bleach. 
Apart from Bammer’s soft breathing there was no noise in the room. It was a sealed universe, and Bammer at its center

“What do you want?” It was the only thing Jesus could think to ask.
More breathing, though louder than before, she must have been looking at him.
“What do I want?” she said, her voice low, “I want some fucking dignity back.”