SUEDE RULE THE 'AIRWAVES'!

[b]Brett[/b] and his fruity chums will headline October's [b]Iceland Airwaves[/b] Festival...

SUEDE RULE THE 'AIRWAVES'!
Suede are to play their only live show of the year at a festival in ICELAND.

The five-piece will headline the second annual Iceland Airwaves Festival in Reykjavik on October 21. They top a stage on the third day of the festival that also includes lounge beats duo Thievery Corporation and the Flaming Lips.

Other acts appearing at Airwaves on October 19 and 20, designed essentially to promote local Icelandic talent, include GusGus and Bellatrix. For full line-up details, check www.icelandairwaves.com.

Following the festival, Suede will return to the UK and head straight into the studio to begin work on their fifth album, the follow-up to 1999's Number One album 'Head Music'.

The band are currently in a residential studio in Sussex nearing completion on a second set of demos for the album.

nme.com will soon be offering Suede fans the chance to see their idols - watch this space for details

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