Legendary Britpop band Suede have announced a string of UK & European live dates this October, in support of their upcoming album The Blue Hour, which is set to be released in September. The band rose to prominence in the 1990’s, alongside bands like Oasis and Blur, partly due to the success of their singles ‘Animal Nitrate’ and ‘Metal Mickey’.
The band originally called it a day back in 2003, before front man Brett Anderson embarked on his own solo career, releasing 4 albums between 2007 and 2011.
The band reformed in 2010, and proceeded to record two new albums, Bloodsports in 2013, and Night Thoughts in 2016, which garnered them a large amount of critical acclaim.
In an interview with NME last month, Anderson said that the album is “Quite dank and troubling”, and also that they’ve “tried to drift a little further leftfield”.
The tickets for the tour go on sale on the 11th of May at 9am, and are available here.
1 – Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands
4 – Fabrique, Milano, Italy
9 – The Koncerthuset, Copenhagen, Denmark
10 – The Koncerthuset, Copenhagen, Denmark
12 – Eventim Apollo, London, UK