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Suede showcase new 'Best Of' at intimate London gig

Suede showcase new 'Best Of' at intimate London gig

[b]Suede[/b] played a greatest hits set to an ecstatic crowd at intimate west [b]London[/b] venue [b]Bush Hall[/b] last night (October 27).

The reunited five-piece, led by [b]Brett Anderson[/b], played 19 songs at the sold-out west [b]London[/b] venue, with the majority of the crowd singing along to every track. They release [b]'The Best Of Suede'[/b] on Monday (November 1).

Frontman [b]Anderson[/b] exclaimed how pleased he was with the show before playing [b]'My Insatiable One'[/b], saying: "It's just lovely. It's lovely you're here and it's lovely to play these songs."

[b]Anderson[/b] interacted with the crowd frequently, shaking hands with audience members and unbuttoning his black shirt for the majority of the performance, before asking them towards the end of the gig what song they wanted next.

Wrapping the main set up with [b]'Beautiful Ones'[/b], [b]Anderson[/b] paused to ask: "It's been great, hasn't it? It's been lovely. It's a nice sort of gig!"

The band then briefly left the stage before returning for an encore which saw [b]Anderson[/b] end the show in emotional style, singing [b]'To The Birds'[/b] with his hand clasped to his chest and saluting those in the crowd.

[b]Suede[/b] played:

[b]'This Hollywood Life'
'Killing Of A Flashboy'
'Trash'
'Filmstar'
'Animal Nitrate'
'Heroine'
'Pantomime Horse'
'My Insatiable One'
'The Drowners'
'She'
'Can't Get Enough'
'Everything Will Flow'
'The Asphalt World'
'So Young'
'Metal Mickey'
'The Wild Ones'
'New Generation'
'Beautiful Ones'
'To The Birds'[/b]

The band are now gearing up to play [b]London[/b]'s [b]02 Arena[/b] on December 7.

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