Oct 14 2018
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Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Grand Canal Square, Dublin,
Eight albums in and still as smooth as ever.
Eight albums in and still as smooth as ever; don't miss Suede when they return to Dublin in celebration of their latest release, The Blue Hour.
The London band, formed in 1989, was hailed as Britain's best new band and catapulted to the front cover of Melody Maker magazine before their debut had even been released. The subsequent wave of support saw the band riding high on into the 90s with critically acclaimed releases like Dog Man Star and Coming Up.
Following a self-imposed, decade-long hiatus, the band returned to the stage in 2010 recharged and raring to go with a greatest hits album and a reunion tour, to boot. Back in the studio, 2013's Bloodsports and 2016's Night Thoughts albums both went on to be well-reviewed by critics and fans alike.
This year, with The Blue Hour set to make fans very happy indeed, Suede will break with tradition, moving to the stage at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in lieu of their usual intimate Olympia spot, giving a wider audience the chance to experience just what makes this band one of the most influential in rock history.
€50.50 - €60.50