Suede reform plus Brett Anderson book of words

Brett Anderson has always been innovative – not least making his previous solo album, Wilderness, available to Society of Sound members.

His third solo album, Slow Attack, came out last year and he has published his lyrics from 1992 until the present in a beautifully signed hardback book,  ‘Words’.

His recent Shepherds Bush Empire gig was recorded and will be made available to purchase on a USB stick.

But the biggest news for Anderson fans is that he has reformed his hugely successful ’90s band Suede for a one-off special performance at the Royal Festival Hall on March 24th in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.

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