Suede are set to release new album 'The Blue Hour' on September 21st.
The band's eighth studio album to date, 'The Blue Hour' arrives fresh on the heels of singer Brett Anderson's memoirs.
Produced by Alan Moulder at Assault & Battery Studios, the new record follows the success of 2016's 'Night Thoughts'.
Designed as one continuous piece, 'The Blue Hour' utilises string arrangements performed by City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.
'The Blue Hour' is the time of day when the light is fading and night is closing in. The songs hint at a narrative but never quite reveal it and never quite explain. But as with any Suede album, it’s always about the songwriting. The band, the passion and the noise: The Blue Hour.
Check out a preview below.
Beyond The Outskirts
Life Is Golden
Don’t Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You
All The Wild Places
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