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  • Talma Gotteiner

Tel-Aviv: Suede

Updated: Nov 19, 2022

Hi there,

The beloved Britpop 90's band 'Suede', is coming back to us for a single performance as part of their world tour for their new album AUTOFICTION. Released last September, the album went straight to second place on the British Billboard charts. The album has received rave reviews worldwide and is also being played on almost all radio stations in Israel.

Regarding their album, the band members say they wanted to capture the energy they have with the audience at the concerts. "This is our most punk album, without any pretensions, just five people in a room, fully exposed with all the glitches and hitches."

The band's well-known hits will also be performed at the show:

"She's in Fashion”| “Everything Will Flow" | "Animal Nitrate" | "Filmstar" | "Beautiful Ones"

Vocalist and guitar - Brett Anderson | Bass guitar - Mat Osman | Drums - Simon Gilbert | Piano - Richard Oakes | Keyboards - Neil Codling

WHEN: June 15, 2022, Menorah Mivathim Hall, Tel-Aviv

Tel-Aviv: Suede
Credit: 'Suede' by Dean Chalkley

The band has long-standing and warm relations with the Israeli audience, starting with their first visit to Israel in the 90s and to this day their all-time hits are played on the local radio stations.

Suede was founded in 1989 by bassist Mat Osman, vocalist Brett Anderson and his partner Justine Frischmann who played rhythm guitar (and later formed Elastica). The three placed an ad in the music magazine NME looking for another guitarist, and thus found Bernard Butler who joined as the lead guitarist. To date, the band has released 9 studio albums. Among their greatest hits are: "Trash", "Saturday Night", "Beautiful Ones", "The Wild Ones", "So Young", "Metal Mickey", "She's In Fashion", "Everything Will Flow" and "Stay Together".


Tickets may be purchased through the leaan website alone starting at 299 NIS.



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