NME's New Music Editor Matt Wilkinson promises that tonight's NME Awards ceremony will be "a bit more rock and roll" than the BRIT Awards.
Suede formed in 1989, and by 1993 their eponymous debut album topped the UK Album Chart.
Follow up Dog Man Star is widely regarded as their best work. In October 2013 they came to the XFM studios to perform, now available below.
The iconic Britpop group's incredible career will be marked with the lifetime achievement prize and a live performance at the NME Awards 2015.
Grace Jones, a bit of Prince, The Smiths and Sonic Youth? It's the third instalment in our Suede selection of tunes.
The second instalment of Brett Anderson and Mat Osman's special selection of songs for XFM. Listen again here.
XFM looks at 1999, the year of Flat Eric, Showbiz, The Man Who, Moby and Gay Dad.
XFM looks back at the year of Parklife, Definitely Maybe, Ill Communication and the last days of Kurt Cobain.
Britpop trailblazers Suede performed an intimate set at the XFM Studios in October 2013.
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