Expansive project to include a host of extras...
'Coming Up'

Suede are set to re-issue their 1996 album 'Coming Up'.

The record came at a famously rocky time for the band: Bernard Butler walked away, to be replaced with a teenage guitarist sourced from an ad in Melody Maker.

'Coming Up', though, was a triumph. One of the band's most direct offerings, it spawned hit singles such as 'Beautiful Ones' and 'Lazy' but also had moments of real depth.

Now 'Coming Up' is set to be given an expansive re-issue, with the 20th anniversary edition featuring a raft of extras, live cuts, and a full DVD.

Also included is a note from Brett Anderson, the lyrics, hand-written lyric drafts, tape boxes and photos from the band’s collections.

The 20th anniversary edition of 'Coming Up' will be released on September 30th - pre-order LINK.

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