"Electricity" is the first single from the album Head Music by Suede, released on April 12, 1999 on Nude Records. It reached #5 on the UK Singles Chart.
The band re-emerged with this successful electronic tune after two years away from the public. For the first time, synthesizers are used as a primary part of a song, working in parallel with the distorted guitar as opposed to just providing backgrounds. The single helped guide the band's new direction, as evident in the fact that electronics was also heavily used in Head Music.
"Electricity" is produced by Steve Osborne, "Popstar" and "See That Girl" are produced by Ben Hillier while "Waterloo" is produced by Bruce Lampcov.
The video for the title song was directed by Mike Lipscombe, and is one of the band's few big budget videos.
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