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Nineties British band Suede plans June return to Tel Aviv

The alt-rockers include Israel performance as part of current tour celebrating ninth album

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The band members of British alt-rock band Suede, returning to Israel in June 2023 for one Tel Aviv performance (Courtesy Dean Chalkley)
The band members of British alt-rock band Suede, returning to Israel in June 2023 for one Tel Aviv performance (Courtesy Dean Chalkley)

British alt-rock band Suede returns to Israel next spring, set to perform one concert on June 15, 2023, at Tel Aviv’s Menora Mivtachim Arena.

Suede has always clicked with Israeli audiences since its first visit in the 1990s, and its music is consistently played on local radio stations.

Some of the band’s most popular songs, including “Trash,” “Saturday Night,” “Beautiful Ones,” “The Wild One,” “So Young,” “Metal Mickey,” “She’s In Fashion,” “Everything Will Flow” and “Stay Together” will be included in the playlist of the upcoming show.

The Tel Aviv show is part of the British band’s world tour for its most recent album, “Autofiction.”

The album, the band’s ninth studio collection, went straight to second place on the British Billboard chart.

The band described the critically acclaimed album as capturing the energy it finds with audiences during live performances — calling it its most “punk” album, with just five people in a room, exposing all glitches and mistakes.

The English rockers came together as a band in 1989, and were soon dubbed Britain’s best new band, reportedly helping foster Britpop as a musical movement.

British music great David Bowie called Suede “one of the great British bands of the ’90s.”

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