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Britpop legends Suede have shared new single The Invisibles – and it’s our Hottest Record Of The Week.
You can watch the video for The Invisibles below.
The track is taken from their soon-to-be-released new album, The Blue Hour, which is out on September 21.
The Invisibles was aired for the first time last night on Steve Lamacq’s show on BBC 6 Music.
The video, which you can check out below, shows a woman lip synching to frontman Brett Anderson’s vocals.
Suede made a name for themselves in the early 90s with their self-titled debut album.
Follow-ups Dog Man Star and Coming Up established them as one of the UK’s biggest and most important rock bands before they parted ways in 2003.
Of the comeback album, Anderson recently told NME: “It’s quite dank and troubling. A lot of this is about the terrors of childhood, so it’s quite unpleasant in lots of ways. I think Suede should be unpleasant, that’s the point of a band like Suede. Whenever we’ve tried to pleasant, it never works.”
He added: “We have to inhabit Suedeworld and it’s not a very nice place! It’s set in a rural landscape, on the hard shoulder of the motorway, among the B-roads and among the rubbish that’s been fly-tipped. It’s set by a chain link fence with a dead badger lying rotting in the ground.”
Check out the video for The Invisibles below.