Suede Working On New Album

(Gibson) Suede singer Brett Anderson has announced that the band is currently working on a new album, the follow up to last year's Bloodsports. "We're busy writing at the moment," Anderson said in an interview with NME.

"I'm very proud of Bloodsports, and the best thing about it is that it showed us that we can write new music, and relevant new music." In terms of when the fans can expect the new album, Brett said: "We want to carry on writing and pushing forward, so we're taking it somewhere else now. I think it'll be out next year, as we're just writing at the moment so realistically it will be next year."

Meanwhile, Suede has a very special concert coming up at the end of next month. The band are set to close the Teenage Cancer Trust benefit at Royal Albert Hall on March 30 by playing their second album Dog Man Star in full.

The concert marks the 20th anniversary of the album's release, which was the last with original guitarist Bernard Butler. As to whether Butler will be a guest at the show, Anderson says it is not very likely: "I don't think he wants to come back. He's happy doing what he's doing." more on this story

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