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A typical tweet reads: “It’s not every day you ride a stallion around Notting Hill, smoking fags and wearing Gucci shoes.Not unless you’re Brett Anderson.” As with all good parodies, it sails close to the wind.It is 20 years since Anderson and his band arrived on the British music scene to be proclaimed by Melody Maker as “the best new band in Britain” before they had even put an album out.Their debut LP won the Mercury Prize and Suede, with their poppy, snotty glam rock, were the unwitting progenitors of Britpop.The comeback, says Anderson, is “exciting and justified” but he says it was never meant to be like this.A “one-off” reunion at the Albert Hall in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust in 2010 was meant to be “an elegant way to put a full stop on the band”. “It was my favourite show I’ve ever done in my life,” he says.
This week also saw the release of a lush, career-spanning vinyl box set, complete with forensically detailed sleeve notes on every song.
It’s quite a turnaround for a band written off as irrelevant a decade ago.
It is therefore of some relief when the real Brett Anderson arrives at our Notting Hill rendezvous neither on a horse, nor reeking of cigarettes, nor sporting Italian loafers. “The only thing that bothers me is when people think it’s actually me,” he laughs.
While he says that the person he really is couldn’t be further from the man portrayed, he concedes that the bogus account has taken his public persona and “extremified” it.
Suede’s first new album in a decade, Bloodsports, won plaudits and reached the Top 10.
On Tuesday, the day before the band embarked on tour of Britain and Europe, they won the Icon Award at the annual Q Awards.