Having reformed in 2010, UK indie legends Suede are traversing uncharted territory.

While a lot of reunited acts barely make it through the first burst of hype and nostalgia a reunion brings, let alone the recording and release of a new album, Suede have now progressed to another phase: the release of their second post-reformation album, Night Thoughts. For Suede’s bass player, Mat Osman, the group’s follow-up to 2013’s Bloodsports comes out of a combination of hard graft and the need to push themselves artistically.

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