Suede Exhibit New Film While Performing Their Upcoming Album ‘Night Thoughts’ | Music News
Suede put on a different kind of show than usual on Friday Night (November 13) at London’s Roundhouse. Suede played their yet to be released album Night Thoughts (release date January 22 2016) in its entirety accompanied by a 50-minute film directed by NME photographer Roger Sargent on a translucent screen. The film mirrored the atmosphere of tracks, with “When You Are Young” was accompanied by visuals of a man walking into the sea and “No Tomorrow” was illustrated by an old man’s attempted suicide.
The set was continued on, by Suede performing hits and treats from their 1993 debut album entitled Suede. Suede played their 1992 debut EP The Drowners for the encore which includes “The Drowners”, “My Insatible” and “To The Birds”. Suede will be taking over the Roundhouse for another concert the following night.
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