Suede release their highly anticipated new album Night Thoughts this Friday, January 22nd.
The storming track ‘No Tomorrow’ is available now as a free download when pre-ordering the new album. The dark video, which depicts a father’s personal struggles, is the prequel to the ‘Pale Snow’ video and key to the album’s narrative, which is interpreted in the accompanying film made by director Roger Sargent.

Watch the video for ‘No Tomorrow’ BELOW:

The band will be appearing at a special series of in-store shows in January including one at HMV on Oxford Street on the day of the album release. See below for full list of in-stores.

Suede premiered their new album and accompanying film during two consecutive nights at London’s Roundhouse, and have since announced additional tour dates for 2016 including a show at the Kentish Town Forum on February 12th. At these shows the band will reprise their Roundhouse performances playing Night Thoughts in full with the film as the backdrop before moving on to a traditional set featuring hits, album tracks and B-sides.

The album, which features a full string section, was produced by long-time Suede collaborator Ed Buller and was recorded at SARM studios in London and ICP in Brussels.


Jan 21st – Banquet Signing (7pm) + Hippodrome Gig (9pm), Kingston (full band)

Jan 22nd – HMV Oxford Street Instore, London (acoustic)

Jan 23rd – HMV Instore, Manchester (acoustic) 2.30pm

Jan 23rd – Film screening and Q&A with Clint Boon at Home, Manchester (9pm)

Jan 25th – Sister Ray Signing (6pm) + Ace Hotel Gig (8pm), London (acoustic)

Full tour dates below:


8th Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

9th Manchester Albert Hall

10th Dublin Olympia Theatre

12th London The Forum (NME Awards show)

14th Leeds O2 Academy

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