Since the release of their 6th studio album and first in over a decade, ‘Bloodsports’ has received international critical acclaim, deservedly positioning the legendary Brit Pop band back into the top of the charts across the globe.
Their follow up single to the hugely successful ‘It Starts And Ends With You’ will be the soaring and infectious 6th track from ‘Bloodsports’ titled ‘Hit Me’, and was penned by front-man Brett Anderson, guitarist Richard Oakes and keyboardist Neil Codling.
Having recently sold out at the prestigious ten thousand capacity venue Alexandra Palace in London this spring, the five-piece will be embarking on a 5 day UK arena tour in October.
‘HIT ME’ EP TRACKLISTING
1. Hit Me
2. Falling Planes
3. What Violet Says
4. Hit Me (Radio Edit)
“Calling Bloodsports a comeback album almost seems to belittle just how strong a record it really is; it’s nearly as good as any they’ve put out before.”
– Under The Radar Magazine
“Throughout Bloodsports, Suede consistently strikes the balance between decadence and elegance that marked their signature work.”
“Boasting strength, durability and psychic stability on comeback Bloodsports, Suede shows its true dramatic worth on pensive, atmospheric exhibitions.”
– Magnet Magazine
“Bloodsports still thrums with the darkness and danger that made the fivesome’s early records so worthy of your absolute allegiance.”
– FILTER Magazine
“Never once do they sound desperate on Bloodsports; they sound confident, and comfortable in the knowledge that this is where they all should be.”
– Boston Globe
“(Suede) have returned to reclaim the Brit Pop crown with the excellent new album ‘Bloodsports”.
– New York Post
“Full of the dramatic guitars and romantically anguished melodies that helped kickstart the British rock renaissance.
– SPIN Magazine
‘The record powerfully disproves the idea that it’s impossible for veterans to re-ignite the spark…twenty years on, Suede are still jumping barriers. Reunion act turned resurrected creative force’
– The Guardian
‘Swells with hook-laden guitars and pulsing bas and drums…no feeding off former glories here…they prove themselves vital and contemporary’
– The Independent
‘A recalibration. Suede’s renewed charge is obvious’
‘A galvanising return’
‘An album of largely tremendous pop songs. Suede are still capable of taking you over’
– Q Magazine
The London Suede – Hit Me video