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Suede to record new album, confirms Brett Anderson

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Brett Anderson has revealed plans to write a new Suede album.

The band's frontman told XFM that he would pen a new record after he stops touring his current solo album Black Rainbows.

Anderson said: "After I've promoted this solo album I'm intent to be writing a new Suede album.

"I think it's all about keeping yourself interested as a musician, once it gets to this stage in your career it's very much about doing things that keep you excited and making a new Suede record will be exciting and then making another solo record after this will be exciting. It's just about trying to keep yourself interested the whole time."

He added: "I think not getting stuck in a rut is the real lesson I learnt from being in Suede all that time. That's kind of why we called it a day in 2003 - things can become too familiar and I definitely don't want that to happen again."

Suede reunited in 2010 as their 1994 lineup, with Richard Oakes on guitar instead of founding member Bernard Butler. The band have played a number of live shows since.

Anderson previously confirmed that the group had started work on new material but admitted that it may not be released.

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Watch the Suede 'Stay Together' music video below:

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