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Suede set for intimate London gig
Indie stars Suede are to play an intimate gig in London ahead of the release of their new greatest hits album.
The electric guitar band have been booked to play Bush Hall on October 27th, a venue which can only hold 350 people, reports NME.
They are set to release their compilation record, entitled The Best of Suede, a few days later on November 1st.
Fans of the band will have the chance to see them in a larger setting one month later, with Suede due to return to the capital for a show at the O2 Arena on December 7th.
In between the two dates, the group will be taking their instruments around Europe for a series of tour dates.
Kicking off their continental shows on November 26th in Barcelona, Suede will go on to play shows in Paris, Brussels, Stockholm and Amsterdam before making their way back to the UK.
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Posted on 8 Oct 2010 15:10 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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