Brett Anderson

Born 29 September 1967.

Suede

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Brett Anderson chats to Shaun Keaveny

Brett Anderson of Suede is on the line to talk to Shaun about Suede's Maida Vale session.

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Biography

Brett Lewis Anderson (born 29 September 1967) is an English singer-songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist of the band Suede. After Suede disbanded in 2003, he briefly fronted The Tears, and has released four solo albums. Suede reformed in 2010. In Suede's early days, Anderson's androgynous style and unique, wide ranging vocals were an instant phenomenon in the UK.

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of Black Rainbows

    Black Rainbows 2011

    Reviewed by Kevin Harley
    An intermittently promising teaser for the main event: a new Suede album.
  2. Review of Slow Attack

    Slow Attack 2009

    Reviewed by Rob Crossan
    Looks like the glory days are long gone.
  3. Review of Brett Anderson

    Brett Anderson 2007

    Reviewed by Niko Michault
    ...Radiates maturity and self-confidence.