Looks like the reformed Suede have decided that flogging the hits just ain't enough. In an interview with The Quietus, Brett Anderson has confirmed that the indie veterans have been back in the studio penning new material- but don't worry, it won't sound anything like the dodgy last album...
"We're not trying to reinvent the sound of the band, that'd be a disastrous thing to do." He stated,
"I think that's possibly where we went wrong on the last two albums, we didn't know where to go with the sound so we were looking for another direction, with mixed results. With this it's about great songs, it's about great guitar hooks, it's about a very powerful band sound. So it sounds like Suede. I think you'll like it. Don't worry, it doesn't sound anything like the last album [laughs]."
At this years Hop Farm Festival fans got a taster of the bands new material, with the debut of new number For The Strangers, and, yes we were there and, yes, it did sounnd like classic Suede- check it out: