Britpop band scrap all new material and return to the recording studios
Flora Neighbour

15:17 11th May 2012

Suede have scrapped almost all the original material for their new album and have decided to go back to the studio and work on new tracks with producer Ed Buller.

Having aired the material at their comeback gig last year, the band is now "merrily chipping away at the huge block of raw stone that is, whisper it, the new Suede album” according to singer Brett Anderson’s Facebook page.

“What does it sound like? Oh! I don't know, probably like some artist on some drug, engaged in a game of quoits with some other artist on another drug, you can adopt your own journalistic cliche if you haven't grown up yet.” Brett continued.

The band have now returned to the studio with the man who produced their first four albums.

"The proto-proto-proto type version that we were fumbling around with towards the end of last year is very dead so apart from 'Sabotage', don't get attached to any of those songs from Russia cos it's very unlikely anyone will ever hear them again."

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