Suede to reissue studio albums

They'll also play albums in full at gigs

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Suede are releasing remastered versions of their five studio albums in June.

The band, who are set to play their first three albums in full across three gigs London‘s O2 Academy Brixton in May, will include previously-unreleased material and unseen DVD footage on the re-releases.

The albums in question are 1993’s self-titled debut, its follow up ‘Dog Man Star’, which was released in 1994, 1996’s ‘Coming Up’, 1999’s ‘Head Music’ and ‘A New Morning’, which came out in 2002.

Singer Brett Anderson said: “This is the definitive collection of pretty much everything we released in 14 years together and includes unreleased, never-before-heard oddities and gems which even I’d forgotten about. It’s the complete audio history of a band and it’s flawed, strange and sometimes beautiful.”

A formal release date for the repackaged albums has yet to be confirmed.

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