Suede join Depeche Mode for Teenage Cancer Trust gigs



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Royal Albert Hall sees 90s band in one-off comeback
Suede join Depeche Mode for Teenage Cancer Trust gigs.

SUEDE are to make a comeback in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trustat the Royal Albert Hall in March.

One of the band's original members isn't going to be there and that's influential guitarist Bernard Butler, but Brett Anderson, Neil Coding, Simon Gilbert and Mat Osman are all scheduled to turn up for the event.

Famous for tracks including Animal Nitrate and Stay Together, Suede were a big force in the early 1990s music scene, but split up in 2003.

Also confirmed for the Teenage Cancer Trust events are Depeche Mode.

Meanwhile Brett Anderson is at the Shepherds Bush Empire next week.




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