Suede frontman Brett Anderson has revealed the band's plans to continue their comeback for the unspecified future as the group usher in a 'new chapter' for the Brit-Pop group.
Brett Anderson, the lead singer of the revitalised Brit-poppers Suede, admitted to the newspaper theDaily Star that the band's comeback album, Bloodsports, is more than a quick money maker as the band are now ready to take on the world once again as they have begun a 'new chapter' in their ongoing timeline. Anderson also discussed his once tattered relationship with Suede bandmate Bernard Butler and how all bonds between the band have been mended since they reformed in 2010 as they are now a stronger musical force than ever.
After two triumphant live shows at London's Alexandra Palace and Nottingham's Rock City, Suede have announced some more live shows for October 2013 as follows:
Saturday 26th October - O2 Academy, Leeds
Sunday 27th October - Barrowlands, Glasgow
Monday 28th October - Olympia, Dublin
Wednesday 26th October - Academy 1, Manchester
Thursday 31st October - Academy 1, Birmingham