Suede reformation is 'temporarily permanent'
Date Posted: 01/11/10
Fans of Suede might not get another opportunity to see their favourite indie-rockers in concert again after the band's December show in London.
Frontman Brett Anderson told the BBC that he does not know if the group will stay together, after coming back this year for a Teenage Cancer Trust gig.
They will now play at The O2 arena on Tuesday December 7th, which will be the perfect opportunity for those seeking London breaks to hear hits such as Animal Nitrate and the Beautiful Ones.
"We've got a show at The O2 in December and we don't have anything else booked after that. We're going to see how we feel about it. I don't think any one of us wants to do this unless it feels really special," he said.
Anderson went on to say that he does not have "some secret agenda written down. It just has to feel right".
Suede released a greatest hits album, titled The Best Of... today, which is competing in the album charts alongside Kings of Leon's latest effort Come Around Sundown and Michael Buble's Crazy Love.
Posted by Louise Millard
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