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 https://www.suede.co.uk