Suede’s Brett Anderson hints that band will carry on in 2011

News follows their recent reunion tour

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Suede‘s Brett Anderson has said that the band are planning on playing more gigs next year.

Having played [url=http://www.nme.com/news/suede/54158]their biggest indoor show ever at London’s O2 Arena earlier this month[/url] the reunited five-piece have no more public gigs on their schedule. But Anderson said they had enjoyed their shows this year so much they were keen to carry on into 2011.

“We all really enjoyed the tour,” he told XFM, “because we did a European tour leading up to the O2. The O2 was really special as well, and I think we all enjoying doing this at the moment… I think in all likelihood we’ll probably carry on doing stuff next year.”

In terms of touring specifics, the frontman said the band “don’t really know what” they could do yet.

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