Suede have shared the dramatic new trailer for the new documentary about the band’s history, The Insatiable Ones. See it first on NME below.
The feature-length documentary “explores the highs and lows of Suede’s career”, with unprecedented access, new interviews and unseen footage from the band’s archive. Brett Anderson, Mat Osman, Simon Gilbert, Richard Oakes and Neil Codling are joined in the film by former band members Justine Frischmann and ex-Smith Mike Joyce, as well as Ricky Gervais, family, friends, Richard Osman, Peter Saville, Ed Buller and many more.
“The trailer really is just the tip of the iceberg,” director Mike Christie told NME. “The movie length doc is already surprising, shocking and exciting people perhaps just as much as Suede did when they first arrived in their inimitable style 25 years ago.
“They are definitely not a typical band – and this is far from your typical music doc…”
Christie continued: “One of many things I’ve learned in two decades of documentary making is that some stories can’t be told until they’re ready to be told. We’d debated making a film before but this time was absolutely the right time.
“This is a band who are once again at the peak of their artistic powers and only now in the right place to reflect deeply on their lives, past and work with brutal honesty. And coupled with the extraordinarily extensive video archive of drummer Simon Gilbert, we don’t just hear about the intense highs and lows – we see them…”
Read the full article over at NME.
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