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Aug 08, 2017

Destroyer (the project of Dan Bejar) have announced a new album, ken, and shared a lyric video for its first single, "Sky's Grey." Ken is due out October 20 via Merge.  More

Suede Announce Deluxe 20th Anniversary Reissue of “Coming Up”

Coming Up Box Set Due Out September 30 via Edsel/Demon Music Group

Aug 16, 2016

1996's Coming Up was a turning point for Britpop originators and survivors Suede. Founding guitarist Bernard Butler left the band as they were finishing up their previous album, their second, 1994's masterpiece Dog Man Star. More

Watch: Suede - “No Tomorrow” Video

Night Thoughts Due Out January 22

Jan 18, 2016

Britpop originators and survivors Suede are releasing their new album, Night Thoughts, on January 22. Previously the band shared "Outsiders" and the videos for "Like Kids" and "Pale Snow." Now the band has shared a video for "No Tomorrow."  More

Watch: Suede - “Pale Snow” Video

Night Thoughts Due Out January 22

Jan 13, 2016

Britpop originators and survivors Suede are releasing their new album, Night Thoughts, on January 22. Previously the band shared "Outsiders" and the video for "Like Kids." Now the band has shared a video for "Pale Snow." The sad clip features a couple watching an old video of themselves and what appears to be their child (it can be inferred that maybe the child has passed away). Check it out below. More

Watch: Suede - “Like Kids” Video

Night ThoughtsDue Out January 22, 2016

Dec 01, 2015

Britpop originators and survivors Suede are releasing their new album, Night Thoughts, on January 22, 2016. Previously the band shared "Outsiders." Now we have a video for "Like Kids." The whole thing takes place in one room that features a disco ball and a naked sleeping man. The camera is static. Various people, some couples, come in and out. Check it out below. More

Listen: Suede - “Outsiders”

Night ThoughtsDue Out January 22, 2016

Sep 24, 2015

Britpop originators and survivors Suede are releasing their new album, Night Thoughts, on January 22, 2016. Now they've shared the first song from it, "Outsiders." The album will also have an accompanying feature film directed by Roger Sargent (watch the trailer here) and the song is accompanied by slow motion visuals from the film, of a couple kissing underwater. Listen/watch below. More

Sep 07, 2015

Britpop originators and survivors Suede made a fantastic comeback in 2013 with the release of the excellent Bloodsports, which was their first new album in over a decade and was very well-received by critics. Let's see if they can do it again. Brett Anderson and the band have announced a new studio album, Night Thoughts, due for release January 22, 2016. The album will also have an accompanying feature film directed by Roger Sargent. They have released a teaser for the album and a trailer for the film. More

Watch: Suede, Spiritualized, Super Furry Animals, and Other ‘90s British Bands at Glastonbury 2015

Plus: Belle and Sebastian, Paul Weller, and Supergrass' Gaz Coombes

Jun 29, 2015

At Glastonbury this past weekend, a lot of British bands who made their marks in the 1990s performed. The BBC has posted an impressive amount of videos from the festival and so we decided to collect those performances from '90s heroes, all of whom are still going strong today. More

Jun 30, 2014

Celebrating 20 years of Britpop's influence, the BBC will be releasing a new best-of compilation this month called Britpop at the BBCMore

Mar 31, 2014

Britpop stalwarts Suede performed at the Teenage Cancer Trust benefit at London’s Royal Albert Hall over the weekend. More

Under the Radar’s Top 50 Music Videos of 2013

Our Favorite Visuals of the Year

Jan 03, 2014

While the days of watching music videos on television are long gone, over the past several years the visual art form has certainly found second life (like so many other things) as an excellent online commodity. More

Sep 03, 2013

After a decade-long absence, Suede returned earlier this year with their brand new album Bloodsports. More

May 30, 2013

In LA Story, Steve Martin roller skated through an art gallery. The couple in Suede’s new video “Hit Me” does him one better. More

Suede Announce Fall U.K. Tour

Check Out New Dates for October 2013

Apr 10, 2013

Britpop legends Suede have announced new tour dates in the U.K. and Ireland for October 2013 in honor of their well-received comeback album, Bloodsports. If you're stuck west of the Atlantic, you can still check out their performance on Later...With Jools Holland set to broadcast this Friday, April 12 (and hopefully to be found online soon after). More

Watch: Suede - “It Starts and Ends With You” Video

New Album Bloodsports Out March 19

Feb 04, 2013

Next month reunited Britpop veterans Suede return with Bloodsports, their first studio album in over a decade.  More

Jan 16, 2013

Last week reunited Britpop veterans Suede returned with their first song in 10 years. More

Jan 07, 2013

Recently announcing a one-off gig at London's Alexandra Palace on March 30, Suede have revealed new details concerning the band's first studio record since 2002's A New Morning. More

Suede Announce London Gig and Arrival of New Album in 2013

Performing At London Alexandra Palace

Dec 05, 2012

Suede have announced that they will perform a special one-off show in London next year followed by the release of a new album shortly after. More

Suede to Write New Album

Brett Anderson to Release New Solo Album

Aug 15, 2011

Since reforming in 2010, the party line from Suede, including in our video interview with them at Coachella, was that they'd only release a new album if it felt right. The record racks are littered with unnecessary reunion albums that barely touch on a band's former glory, so Suede have been wise in following Pixies' model in being cautious about recording and releasing new material. More

Suede: Backstage at Coachella 2011 Video Interview on Possible Next Album and More

Brett Anderson and Simon Gilbert Also Discuss Reunion, Deluxe Reissues, Band's Relationship with America, and more

Apr 27, 2011

While backstage at the 2011 Coachella Music and Arts Festival, Under the Radar conducted video interviews with some of the fest's most noteworthy bands. Under the Radar caught up with Suede's Brett Anderson and Simon GilbertIn the two-part interview they discuss the band's relationship with America, whether or not they plan to record a new album, why they reformed, if there will be more U.S. dates in the future, and the deluxe reissues of all five of their albums.

Coachella 2011 Day 2 Recap: Arcade Fire, Elbow, Two Door Cinema Club, The New Pornographers, Wire

Plus The London Suede, Freelance Whales, Gogol Bordello and Trampled by Turtles

Apr 17, 2011

Day two of Coachella continued day one's comfort. Whatever advanced security they've implemented--or at least perhaps scalpers buying up lots of tickets that ultimately weren't used--has helped make this year a comfortable festival again. There's room to move around and enjoy just about every band. Even stranger, some bands that are legendary are experiencing small turnout. The only band that really drew a massive crowd was the Arcade FireMore

Suede Reissues Discography

Three-Night Run of Reunion Shows

Jan 21, 2011

Last year, Suede (or The London Suede as they are forced to be named in America) reformed for a benefit show. They must have had fun—because they’ve set out again in 2011 and will also be reissuing all five of their of their albums.  More

Suede to Reunite for Benefit Show this March

London Show to Feature Latter Day Lineup

Jan 15, 2010

Britain's Mercury Prize-winning Suede has announced one reunion show to benefit a London-based charity. More


Interviews

Suede

A New Ending

Jul 16, 2013

Suede frontman Brett Anderson admits that he never thought much about reforming Suede after the band broke up in 2003. After storming onto the British music scene with its first two albumsSuede in 1993 and Dog Man Star in 1994Suede saw founding guitarist Bernard Butler leave the band, but it soldiered on to release three more albums without him. After a brief reteaming with Butler as The Tears in 2004, Anderson embarked upon a solo career. The four albums he released under his own name, starting with a self-titled release in 2007, mostly eschewed Suede's patented guitar rock sound for softer, gentler landscapes. Anderson seemed to have left Suede far behind. More

Suede: Backstage at Coachella 2011 Video Interview

Brett Anderson and Simon Gilbert Discuss Reunion, Possible Next Album, Band's Relationship with America, and more

Apr 27, 2011

While backstage at the 2011 Coachella Music and Arts Festival, Under the Radar conducted video interviews with some of the fest's most noteworthy bands. Under the Radar caught up with Suede's Brett Anderson and Simon GilbertIn the two-part interview they discuss the band's relationship with America, whether or not they plan to record a new album, why they reformed, if there will be more U.S. dates in the future, and the deluxe reissues of all five of their albums.

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Reviews

Night Thoughts

Night Thoughts

Warner Bros./Rhino

Feb 29, 2016

There is a strange parallel between Suede and David Bowie. Both made comebacks in 2013 after decade-long absences-the former with Bloodsports, the latter with The Next Day. Both were warmly hailed as successes even if they did not have fans falling over themselves, and it felt fitting given that Suede were probably the closest thing Britpop ever had to Bowie's androgynous outsider. More

Night Thoughts

Night Thoughts

Warner Bros./Rhino

Jan 22, 2016

There's a feature film to accompany Night Thoughts and the record seems conceived with this in mind. It's given a theme by being bookended with "When You Are Young" and "When You Were Young" (with "The Fur & The Feathers" acting as a coda).  More

Bloodsports

Bloodsports

INGROOVES/FONTANA

Mar 15, 2013

After an 11-year dearth of new material, Britpop’s pompous progenitors are back from what we’d long feared might be the musical hereafter. More

Coachella 2011 Day Two Report – Arcade Fire, Suede, Mumford & Sons, and Elbow

Apr 18, 2011

Day two of Coachella 2011 offered few surprises, but plenty of solid sets, including two British bands—one reunited '90s legends back for another try, and the other a star-making main stage performance from a band still on their debut album. More