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Suede Announce Release Of New Single ’Hit Me’

Monday, 15 April 2013 Written by Jon Stickler

Suede have announced the release of ‘Hit Me’ on 27th May 2013, the second single to come from their critically acclaimed new album ‘Bloodsports’.

Brett Anderson said: “I think 'Hit Me' sounds the most like something of Coming Up. It’s got that kind of sort of fizzy, sort of pop-y thing going on.”

Suede’s album ‘Bloodsports’ is available to buy now on CD and Vinyl. A deluxe version is also available here.

After two triumphant live shows at London’s Alexandra Palace and Nottingham’s Rock City, the band have announced some more live shows for October 2013.

Suede UK Tour Dates are as follows

Sat October 26th 2013 - O2 Academy Leeds, Leeds
Sun October 27th 2013 - Barrowland, Glasgow
Mon October 28th 2013 - Olympia Theatre, Dublin
Wed October 30th 2013 - Manchester Academy, Manchester
Thu October 31st 2013 - O2 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham

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