Last year, ’90s Britpop heavyweights Suede made a triumphant return with the critically acclaimed Bloodsports. It was Suede’s first studio album in over ten years, but since its release, the band has toured extensively across Europe. Recently, keyboardist Neil Codling teased fans on Twitter with studio photos indicating that the band was writing new material (see embed below).
After a decade of dormancy, they’re moving, oh so, moving.
It’s a tune that falls in line with the mature, Dog Man Star-meets-Coming Up sound heard on Bloodsports. Richard Oakes carries the song with an undeniably Suede guitar riff; Brett Anderson sings about distant lovers. “I Don’t Know How to Reach You” is equal parts earnest and glam.
Hopefully we get more of this on a new Suede full-length.
Exactly one year on from the release of Bloodsports, Suede are in the studio working on a new album. Catchy title. pic.twitter.com/SrPfPVxh2o