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Suede's new album 'The Blue Hour' is out now, and streaming online in full

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Published: 12:00 am, September 21, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Suede's new album 'The Blue Hour' is out now, and streaming online in full

Suede have released their brand new album, the follow-up to 2016’s ‘Night Thoughts’.

‘The Blue Hour’ was produced by Alan Moulder at Assault & Battery Studios, and is out today, Friday 21st September via Warner Music.

“It’s the ultimate quest of any songwriter getting the balance between the dark and the light,” says Brett. “It veers towards the bleak, but some of my favourite records are bleak. I don’t like jolly music; I don’t want Suede to be jolly. We’re not a good time band. As I get older life in many ways gets darker but also gets lighter and simpler.”

Read more from Brett in the October issue of Dork, out now.

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