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Brett Anderson To Release Solo Boxset
Eoin Murray , January 20th, 2017 17:34

The Suede frontman will release his collected works in March

Following the successful Suede reunion of 2016 which saw the band release their celebrated Night Thoughts and embark on an expansive tour across Europe and the UK, frontman Brett Anderson will release a boxset of his collected solo albums on March 17.

The collection is comprised of four studio albums dating from 2007 and 2011 including bonus tracks, a live CD with rare recordings from 2010 and 2011 and a DVD featuring an interview with Anderson from tQ’s own Luke Turner.

Speaking of the collection, Anderson says: “I think you can see the development in the work; from the clumsy fumblings of the debut through to the self-conscious minimalism of Wilderness and finally to the apogee of Slow Attack and the growl and gnarl of Black Rainbows, there is hopefully a sense that I was learning through my mistakes and plotting points on a creative path.”

Collected Solo Work is available to pre-order now on in a CD/DVD or Vinyl/DVD package. Pre-order here.

Check out tQ’s interview with Anderson here and a conversation about his favourite records here.