Suede tease unknown track in new ‘Coming Up’ montage

Suede shared a new montage of songs from their 1996 album “Coming Up,” including what appears to be an unidentified track.

The short clip, which you can watch below, sees excerpts from ‘Trash’, ‘Beautiful Ones’ and ‘Saturday Night’ preceded by a screen of noise featuring a few seconds of unspecified song. It’s not clear if it’s new material or a previously unreleased track.

The band is currently touring “Coming Up” across Europe with the schedule being held at Barcelona Razzmatazz tomorrow night (May 19) before they attend the Tomavistas 2022 festival in Madrid the following night (May 20). ).

They will play next shows in Luxembourg (May 22) and Brussels (May 23) this weekend.

The band recently released a new photojournalist called So Young: Suede 1991-1993.

The magazine, compiled by drummer Simon Gilbert, chronicles his entry into the band from 1991 to 1993, when the group’s self-titled debut album reached number one.

Speaking about the project at the time, Gilbert said: “Too young is a book that has been in my head for more than 30 years. When it comes to music, I’m more interested in seeing bands away from the bright lights of Top of the Pops. Photos of Pistols in a Pub or Clashes at a Belfast checkpoint got me hooked and made me visualize what it really feels like to be in a band.”

Meanwhile, Suede has also previously urged their fans to submit a voiceover recording for their next record, detailing a list of instructions that include singing and shouting “along as we ask for it.” friend”.

“Everything you send in will be gratefully received. If you can make two or even three records, that would be even better,” the band said at the time.

See Suede’s tour schedule and remaining tickets, here.

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