Suede – Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Suede – Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Suede’s ninth album Autofiction, which was released last year, was one of the very best of their career and their headline gig at the Symphony Hall was further evidence of a band still on the top of their game.

It was oddly my first time watching the band, who put in a cracking performance. As great as the Symphony Hall is, it felt a bit of a odd choice for Suede due to it being a seated venue. Thankfully, it didn’t stop people standing and packing the isles.

Support at the Birmingham venue was by Desperate Journalist

A full review of the gig by Peter Ormerod is available on Birmingham World here. For more information, visit

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