Suede - Bloodsports [Full Album Stream]
Following a pretty intense show at the Barfly in London last Monday (check out our photo coverage here), Suede have decided to give us an early Easter present by streaming their forthcoming new album Bloodpsorts via NPR.
Bloodsports is their first album in 11 years, yet hints of "cash-in" are nowhere to be found (a very rare achievement for artists of legendary status - though Bowie did it pretty well too).
Bloodsports is released on March 18th.
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