Over 30,000 BBC Radio 6 listeners have voted on their favourite Britpop anthems in a poll launched by DJ Steve Lamacq, with some of the genre’s most enduring names making the final top 10, which was helmed by Pulp‘s 1995 single Common People from their classic 1995 album Different Class. As The Telegraph writes, the
Suede frontman Brett Anderson has recently revealed that the band have been busy writing new material, and are hard at work in the studio. Vowing to meet expectations, he says unless the songs lived up to their back catalogue, they wouldn’t be released. Suede contributed to what eventually became the Brit-pop era in the UK’s
Last week, titans of leftfield Britpop Suede played a series of concerts at London’s Brixton Academy that saw them perform three of their album in their entirety. Now, singer Brett Anderson has confirmed he has a new album on the way.