Special screening of the film accompanying Suede’s seventh studio album that was released to much critical acclaim earlier this year. Always deliberately the outsiders with their particular brand of indie glamour and earnest storytelling, the cheekbones may be less pronounced but they have outlasted most of their peers. Rolling Stone called Night Thoughts the”most cohesive album to date, putting a decisively modern twist on their definitive Brit-pop.” The film is directed by acclaimed photographer Roger Sargent. Following the screening their will be a Q&A with the band including Brett Anderson.

Wed 31 Aug 7.30pm at Electric Cinema, Station Street, Birmingham B5 4DY £12www.theelectric.co.uk/

Wed 31 Aug
Giles Logan
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Sun 7 Aug 2016