24 Jun, 2024

Suede Unveils Raw and Noisy New Era: Anticipating Their Tenth Studio Album

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Suede Unveils Raw and Noisy New Era: Anticipating Their Tenth Studio Album

Suede is about to unleash a sonic storm with their eagerly anticipated new album, promising a cocktail of "noisy," "unhinged," and "raw" vibes that are set to shake up the Britpop scene once again.

Frontman Brett Anderson, speaking recently at the Isle of Wight Festival 2024, couldn't contain his excitement about the band's upcoming tenth studio record, following the critically acclaimed "Autofiction" from 2022. “We’ve started recording it. It’s gonna to be noisy. It’s gonna to be strange, It’s gonna be more desperate and neurotic than "Autofiction." It’s more unhinged, and, in a way, kind of like straighter and more honest. Lots of the subject matter is quite exposed and raw, and just sort of playing in lots of ways. There’s no poetry on it. It’s just sort of like saying the way I feel about things,” Anderson revealed in an exclusive interview with Absolute Radio.

Their latest offering was previewed with the debut of "Antidepressants" at the festival, a track that pulses with urgent post-punk guitar riffs and the anthemic choruses Suede is renowned for. It's a glimpse into what Anderson described as their "raw, new era," promising a departure from their previous works while staying true to their signature intensity.

Looking ahead, Anderson hinted at a more experimental sound for the album in an interview with NME last year.

“In a funny way, as you get older you need to re-learn and re-remember what it’s like to be a new band. You can slowly drift away from those starting points and that exciting energy. We wanted to grab some of that back.”

Fans won't have to wait long to experience the new chapter firsthand. Suede kicks off a co-headlining tour with Manic Street Preachers starting June 28, spanning the UK and Ireland with stops at iconic venues like Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod and London's Alexandra Park. The highlight of their summer agenda will undoubtedly be the monumental outdoor spectacle at Audley End on August 1, where they'll share the stage with the likes of Shah and Johnny Marr.

With their tenth album promising to be a bold leap forward, Suede is gearing up to reaffirm their status as pioneers of British rock, ensuring their legacy resonates loudly in the hearts and minds of fans old and new alike.

Source: NME

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