The album sees Brett return to the rock format he is most identified with through his work with Suede and is the first rock album he has made for 6 years. It was conceived over a 3 day session in January last year when Brett, producer Leo Abrahams, Seb Rochford and Leopold Ross worked on 20 different pieces, which gradually evolved into songs.
Anderson describes the album as “restless, noisy and dynamic. Electric guitars, bass, drums and vocals – no flute players, no strings, no gimmicks, just passion”.
The album is preceded by the single “Brittle Heart” which is available as a download on August 15.
Both the single and album were produced by Leo Abrahams and appear as part of a new deal with EMI Records.
Brett will play two live dates in October, for which tickets go on sale this Friday, May 20.
The dates are:
Oct 11 MANCHESTER CLUB ACADEMY
Oct 12 LONDON KOKO
www.gigsandtours.com cc hotline 0844 811 0051
Suede play the first of three nights at London’s Brixton Academy tonight, May 19. Their studio catalogue is released in expanded, re-mastered audio and DVD formats starting on May 30 with their classic debut “Suede”. The catalogue is released by Demon/Edsel.