Suede announced Record Store day release

The band will put out 'Let Go' on 7-inch

Suede have announced details of a Record Store Day release for 2014.

The band will put out their single ‘Let Go’ on vinyl for the first time. The track was originally released as a limited-run CD single in Sweden in 1999. The 7-inch being released for Record Store Day on April 19 will feature ‘Heroin’ as a B-side.

Suede have also announced details of the release of a singles box set, which will be available on CD and 7-inch formats, each limited to 1,000 copies. The collection will feature all 24 Suede singles from 1992 – 2013 and will be released on April 14.

The CD Singles box set will feature almost every Suede B-side, including a number of tracks that were omitted from the 2011 album reissues including ‘Rent’ and ‘Saturday Night’ (both featuring Neil Tennant, live at the Roundhouse, December 1995), a demo of ‘Down’ and ‘Weight Of The World’ (with Neil Codling on vocals). Also in the box will be three ‘Bloodsports’ singles and recent B-sides.

The 7″ Singles box will feature reproductions of 11 7-inch singles the band have previously released, plus 13 singles on 7-inch that have never been released on that format before.

Suede will headline this year’s Kendal Calling festival along with Frank Turner. De La Soul, Miles Kane and Happy Mondays will also perform at the festival, which takes place in the Lake District on August 1-3.

To check the availability of Kendal Calling tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.