The band plan to return to the studio after the October show to work on the follow-up to 'Head Music'...
Suede will premiere a selection of their new material at a one-off show in ICELAND, nme.com can reveal.
The band will headline the Iceland Airwaves Festival in Reykjavik on October 21, their only live show for the rest of the year. After the festival the band plan to retire to the studio and work on their new album, the follow-up to last year’s ‘Head Music’.
A spokesperson for the band told nme.com: “They’re doing the third night of the festival and it will be a good chance for them to showcase the material in a good location.”
Suede have just completed a second set demos at a residential studio in Sussex. As previously revealed on nme.com, vocalist Brett Anderson recently decamped to a private cottage in Croydon, so as to “completely isolate himself from the distractions of London life” – giving him more time to work on lyrics for the record.
Finally, Suede are planning on giving away a free live CD with the new issue of the Suede Information Service magazine. Details are currently being finalised, but for information on how to subscribe, visit the official Suede website at [url=]www.suede.net.