Suede are working on new material, according to frontman Brett Anderson.
In an interview with Rolling Stone Indonesia, the singer explained that any material written may not however be released.
He told the magazine ‘I wouldn’t want to make another record that I look back on and regretted again. Whether anyone else hears what we’ve been writing recently hasn’t been set in stone. Unless it turns out to be outstanding, then no-one will ever hear it.’
The band are headlining Latitude Festival this summer, as well as playing a trio of nights at London’s Brixton Academy in May.
Whether they decide to continue past these dates depends on the quality of the songs they’re currently recording.
‘It depends on what happens with writing. I don’t know how long you can go on tour with playing songs from the past.’
Tickets for Suede’s Brixton Academy shows are on sale now, available here.
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