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Suede have released a new video, “Pale Snow“, taken from their forthcoming new album, Night Thoughts.

The track is available now as a free download with pre-orders of the album, which is released on January 22.

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Meanwhile, the band will be appearing at a special series of in-store shows in January including one at HMV on Oxford Street on the day of the album release. See below for full list of in-stores.

January 21st: Banquet Signing + Hippodrome Gig, Kingston (full band)
Tickets: http://smarturl.it/SuedeBanquet
22nd: HMV Oxford Street Instore, London (acoustic)
23rd: HMV Instore, Manchester (acoustic)
23rd: Film screening of “Night Thoughts” followed by Q&A with Brett Anderson and Matt Osman of Suede presented by Clint Boon – Film Screening starts at 9pm
Tickets: http://smarturl.it/SuedeHome
25th: Sister Ray Signing + Ace Hotel Gig, London (acoustic)
Tickets: http://smarturl.it/SuedeSisterRay

The February 2016 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring the 200 Greatest Albums Of All Time, 2016 Preview, New Order, Suede, John Cale, Michael Rother, Sun Ra, Barry Adamson, Savages, Ryley Walker, Tindersticks, Lucinda Williams, Peaches, The Long Ryders, Lera Lynn, Ronnie Lane and more.

Uncut: the spiritual home of great rock music.

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