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In Thier First US Show Since 1997, The London Suede Perform At Coachella
|photo credit: Andy Willsher|
In 2003, after five albums, the group split. They returned triumphantly in March this year, playing three incredible and critically acclaimed shows including London's Royal Albert Hall in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. The shows were hailed as a career high:
"Suede have never sounded this brutal, so determined; the best British punk, rock n roll, sex-pop-glam band of the past 20 years. Many of the diehards present proclaimed this to be the best Suede gig they've ever seen". - NME
"Hugely influential...they sound better than they did at their commercial peak" - The Guardian
"Astonishing return to the spotlight" - Independent on Sunday
"Sensational" - The Times
"Suede had lost none of its energy 17 years on... a timeless slice of euphoric indie rock" - Evening Standard
Their performance at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is the first US Show for the band since 1997.
The band's Best Of Collection was released digitally in the US on March 22nd, the 2 CD compilation features all of the biggest hits, was remastered by Chris Potter and is the only hits compilation that has been fully endorsed by the band.
Also, stay tuned for details regarding the US release of their 5 remastered and expanded classics Suede, Dog Man Star, Coming Up, Head Music and A New Morning.
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