Band in jubilant mood as they take to the stage in London

Suede played their first gig in seven years in London on Saturday (March 20).

The band played London’s 100 Club as a warm-up show for their forthcoming sold-out Teenage Cancer Trust benefit concert in the UK capital’s Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday.

The band, who were not joined by original guitarist Bernard Butler, played for an hour and a half with material being drawn from their five albums and B-sides, reports [url=http://www.nme.com/news/suede/50300]NME.COM[/url].

Frontman Brett Anderson thanked the crowd at the end of the set, saying: “All I have to say is I loved playing tonight. It’s been beautiful. Lets do it again in another seven years time.”

Suede played:

‘She’
‘Trash’
‘Filmstar’
‘Animal Nitrate’
‘Heroine’
‘Pantomime Horse’
‘Killing Of A Flashboy’
‘Obsessions’
‘Can’t Get Enough’
‘Everything Will Flow’
‘She’s In Fashion’
‘The Living Dead’
‘The Asphalt World’
‘So Young’
‘Metal Mickey’
‘The Wild Ones’
‘New Generation’
‘Beautiful Ones’
‘Saturday Night’


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