Suede to re-release their album, ‘Autofiction’

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If you are a fan of this iconic band, you should know all the details of their new material!

Led by vocalist Brett AndersonBritish rock band suede releases an unreleased song titled “The Sadness In You, The Sadness In Me”a song that is part of the new expanded version of his album Autofiction which will be released on December 8 through BMG.

The album Autofiction was released a year ago, it appeared on the band’s highest charts since Head Music in 1999 and debuted at number two on the UK charts. Now suede come back with Autofiction: Expandedwhere we can listen to unpublished material, rare bonus tracks and a complete live album, in addition to having it in various formats (physical and digital).

The physical releases consist of a CD with the complete list of tracksincluding the lead single “She Still Leads On Me”. The second CD will include six bonus tracks and rarities, featuring the released song. “The Sadness In You, The Sadness In Me”.

It should be noted that this song along with “Days Like Dead Moths”, “The Prey” and “Still Waiting”were only available during the first week of the album’s original release in 2022, and you can now listen to them on Autofiction: Expanded!

It will also appear “You Don’t Know Me”a song that appeared in the Japanese edition of Autofiction and “There Is No Me If There Is No You”, a song still unreleased. Finally, the third album is a live album recorded this year during the tour of suede in the UK in March.

The “punk album of suede“as described Brett, returns with a spectacular version that promises to take us on a very authentic sound journey. So now you know, wait for this incredible release and don’t stop playing his new song.


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