Suede reschedule Brixton Academy shows and announce new Bexhill date

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Suede have rescheduled their forthcoming Brixton Academy shows and announced a new date in Bexhill.

The band were set to perform at the O2 Academy Brixton on March 25 and 26 in support of their ninth studio album ‘Autofiction’ as part of their 2023 UK headline tour.

But these have now been postponed to December 15 and 16 after the venue’s license was suspended until April. The decision was taken following the incident at an Asake concert on December 15 in which two people lost their lives. A third remains in a critical condition in hospital.

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The band have also announced an extra date at Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion on March 25. Tickets for that show go on sale this Friday at 9am GMT and can be purchased here. All tickets for the Brixton shows remain valid for the rescheduled dates.

The postponed shows are amongst a host of gigs by various artists which have been postponed or rescheduled to new venues across London. You can view the full list of rescheduled shows here.

Suede meanwhile will hit the road at The Forum in Bath on March 3 before wrapping up at the O2 Academy Leeds on March 30. Their two Brixton shows will follow in December.

You can view the full list of updated UK shows below and purchase tickets here.

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MARCH
03 – The Forum, Bath
04 – UEA, Norwich
06 – G Live, Guildford
07 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
09 – Albert Hall, Manchester
10 – Rock City, Nottingham
11 – O2 Academy, Sheffield
13 – Music Hall, Aberdeen
14 – O2 Academy, Glasgow
15 – Barbican, York
17 – O2 City Hall, Newcastle
18 – Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
20 – Dome, Brighton
21 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
22 – St David’s Hall, Cardiff
24 – O2 Guildhall, Southampton
25 – Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
28 – O2 Academy, Bristol
29 – Albert Hall, Manchester
30 – O2 Academy, Leeds

DECEMBER
15 – O2 Academy Brixton
16 – O2 Academy Brixton 

Meanwhile, during a recent interview with NME, frontman Brett Anderson revealed that Suede have already started working on a “much more experimental” new album. “I’d love to think that our most daring work is ahead of us,” he explained.

“That’s a really exciting prospect – that a band at our stage of our career haven’t just settled for running through the motions. I love making new records: it makes my heart beat faster, it’s what I get up for in the morning.”

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