Find out more about the rescheduled UK premiere live concert performance.
Ahead of the release of their new album The Blue Hour on the 21 September 2018, Suede have announced a very special headline show at London’s Hammersmith Apollo, supported by The Horrors.
The show forms part of a European tour which also sees the band take to Amsterdam, Milan and Copenhagen, which will see support by Gwenno.
The Blue Hour marks the final part of the selection of albums recorded by the band since reforming of 2013’s Bloodsports.
It’s their eighth studio album, having broken onto the music scene in 1993 with their self-titled debut. The Blue Hour follows 2016’s Night Thoughts, which reached No.6 on the official UK album charts, and accompanied by a feature film directed by Roger Sargent.
Suede will headline London’s Hammersmith Apollo on the 12 October 2018.
Over time Suede became one of the Britpop big four, joining Oasis, Blur and Pulp at the upper echelons of the genre.
The band released four albums in the ’90s and one early into the ’00s before disbanding in 2003.
Suede reformed in 2010 for a special appearance at the Teenage Cancer Trust shows. Originally billed as a one-off, they continue to tour and release new music to this day.
All five current band members have been part of the band since the ’90s, including founding members Brett Anderson and Mat Osman.
Tickets for Suede’s London headline show, joined by The Horrors on the 12 October 2018, will be available from 9:00 on Friday 11 May 2018 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.