Let Go will be released for the first time on 7" vinyl as part of the annual celebration of independent record stores.
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 festival has announced its first batch of artists, with Happy Mondays and Miles Kane also on the bill.
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 picks 100 of the very best indie love songs, some lovely, some bittersweet.
Which artists have come out of the block, all guns blazing? XFM picks half a ton of excellent debuts.
Britpop trailblazers Suede performed an intimate set at the XFM Studios in October 2013.
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