Suede add dates to autumn UK tour – ticket details

The band will play extra shows in Southampton, Southend and Bristol

Suede add dates to autumn UK tour – ticket details

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Suede have added a trio of new shows to their October tour of the UK and Ireland.

The band will now play additional shows in Southampton, Southend and Bristol, as well as previously announced dates in Leeds, Glasgow, Dublin, Manchester and Birmingham. Tickets for the new shows go on sale May 17 at 9am [BST].

They will play tracks from their sixth album 'Bloodsports', which was released in March. The LP was the band's first in over 10 years and entered the Official UK Albums Chart at Number 10, giving them their first Top 10 hit since 1999's 'Head Music'. The band release their new single, 'Hit Me', on May 27. Singer Brett Anderson hinted recently that the album's success could see band continue to record music together.

Initially talking about former guitarist Bernard Butler, he said: "I've learned before, to my eternal regret, that if a creative relationship works you're a fool to throw it away." He then added: "So now Suede's relationships work again, I'd like to think we could make another great record to follow this great record and start a new chapter for the band."

Suede will play:

Southampton Guildhall (October 22)
Southend Cliff Pavilion (23)
Bristol O2 Academy (24)
Leeds O2 Academy (26)
Glasgow Barrowlands (27)
Dublin Olympia (27)
Manchester Academy 1 (30)
Birmingham Academy 1 (31)


To check the availability of Suede tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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