June 6, 1999 14:08


And those [b]Neil Codling[/b] rumours just won't go away...

Suede have been posting video clips recorded on their European festival shows on their official website[/url].

The Quicktime movies include recent appearances at Roskilde - where the band played three sets over the weekend - as well as acoustic versions of 'Everything Will Flow' and 'Can't Get Enough' filmed in Amsterdam.

The site also has a feature called From The Road, described as "an irregular journal following Suede on tour, filming videos and carrying out their promotional duties".

A spokeswoman for Suede also told nme.com that there is absolutely no truth in stories circulating that Neil Codling had left the band.

"It's down to the few appearances he missed when he was ill at the start of the tour (as previously reported on nme.com)," she said. "He played this weekend at Roskilde. Still very much a part of the group."

Suede will release a new single from 'Head Music' - 'Everything Flows' - in August.Suede's next confirmed UK appearance is at V99 (August 21 and 22) in Staffordshire and Chelmsford.

Tickets will be available from nme.com's 24-hour ticketline on 0870 121 0125 or click here to go to our online gig guide and ticket service.

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