Suede were originally founded in the early 1990 when they began recording demo tapes. Their first big break came two years later when Melody Maker declared them "The Best New Band in the UK". They released their debut album Suede a year later and won the top of the charts all over the UK, becoming the fastest-selling debut album released in the past ten years. With their first album Suede took home the Mercury Prize and became one of the bands that shaped Britpop as a genre in its own right. Along with Oasis, Blur and Pulp, they formed the so called Britpop "big four" and are still one of the biggest bands in the history of the British music scene.
The follow-up album Dog Man Star was released in 1994, and it would be regarded as the masterpiece record of the era. Their third album Coming Up came two years later and marked their biggest commercial success to date. The album became their globally best-selling album, with five singles reaching top positions on the charts. Their fourth album Head Music was released in 1999, while A New Morning came out in 2002. A year later, the band announced they were going on a hiatus, but to the joy of their fans and critics worldwide they reunited in 2010 and announced an extensive tour. Following three years of relentless touring, they released their sixth album Bloodsports, and in 2016 their seventh album Night Thoughts. Their latest album The Blue Hour was released in 2018 to critical acclaim, and will be featured alongside well known and beloved songs such as "Animal Nitrate", "Beautiful Ones", "Trash", "Filmstar" and "Metal Mickey" in their first Croatian concert on the main stage of INmusic festival #14!