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Suede

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Suede have announced a headline UK tour performing classics, hits and tracks from their forthcoming album Autofiction, and culminating in a performance in Brixton that marks 30 years after Suede made their iconic debut performance at the venue in May 1993.

Their aim was to create an album capturing the power and energy that exists between Suede and their audience at gigs. A theme that’s resonated since the day they announced the album, debuting bold opener 'She Still Leads Me On' live on stage at a surprise performance in Brussels that was live streamed for fans.

Autofiction has been tipped as 'a superb new album' by The Times and 'their best album in decades' by Uncut. DIY Magazine described Suede as 'fiercely in motion', and MOJO described the new record as 'so moving, the punk ferocity protecting a deeply vulnerable core'.

"Autofiction has a natural freshness, it's where we want to be", and where Suede want to be is, in a way, the same place as they were when they began 30 years ago – a group of people living off the raw sensation of creating music together in a room.

'Autofiction is our punk record...No whistles and bells. Just the five of us in a room with all the glitches... revealed; the band themselves exposed in all their primal mess'
Brett Anderson


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Located on Mount Pleasant, it is a five minute walk down Hope Street from Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. The car park will be available from 6pm until midnight for this event, and is charged at £7.

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