After a brief flirtation with the band The Tears, the Nineties icon has released three solo albums of largely acoustic-based material since Suede disbanded in 2003, each selling 5,000-10,000 copies to mostly die-hard fans.
But EMI Label Services is on board for his next release Black Rainbows on September 26, which has a distinctly upbeat, electric sound likely to appeal to a more mainstream audience.
Anderson's manager, Ian Grenfell of Quietus Management, said, "What's happened? What's happened is Suede. Brett ...
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