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"Trash" is the first single from the album Coming Up by Suede, released on July 29, 1996, on Nude Records. It is the first single on which all the songs were written without guitarist Bernard Butler, since Richard Oakes had taken his place. The single is tied with "Stay Together" as the band's highest charting at number three; however, it outsold the earlier single, thus making it their biggest selling single. The song signified a dramatic change in the band's sound, as they went from gloomy and theatrical to glam-induced pop.

The video for the title song was filmed at Elstree Studios and directed by David Mould. Like the video for "New Generation", it has the whole band playing in a crowded room, yet this time, the people in the room as well as the setting are far more glamorous. The video also marks the first appearance of a new band member, keyboard player Neil Codling.
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