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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds 8 Week European Tour 2017

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have announced an 8-week European tour kicking off in the UK at Bournemouth’s International Centre on 24th September. The European shows follow dates across Australia and the USA. The tour will be the first time European audiences can experience live songs from new album Skeleton Tree alongside other Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds classics. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds last toured Europe in 2014. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ eight piece touring line up features Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, Martyn Casey, Thomas Wydler, Jim Sclavunos, Conway Savage, George Vjestica and Larry Mullins. Tickets go on sale at 9.00am GMT on 17th February and are available from: www.nickcave.com (except Oslo which goes...

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Review: Nick Cave: Chasing The Myth @ Proud Galleries.

Proud Camden launched its latest exhibition entitled Nick Cave: Chasing The Myth on 2 September. With Cave’s hotly anticipated documentary 20,000 Days On Earth due to hit UK cinemas in a couple of weeks, the gallery’s look back at portraits spanning his career is a timely move. This collaborative exhibition features work by Amelia Troubridge, David Arnoff, Andrew Whitton, Steve Double, David Corio and Viliam Hrubovcak. Images of a youthful, almost playful Cave and his early band The Birthday Party are juxtaposed with later portraits of a more serious and intense artist at work, whilst the most recent photos...

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Rock Media: Nick Cave. Give Us A Kiss.

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds release two previously unavailable tracks: Give Us A Kiss and Jubilee Street (live from The Sydney Opera House). The songs from the award-winning feature 20,000 Days On Earth will be available digitally from 4th September with a limited edition vinyl 10” to be released on November 10th. The film’s directors Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard spoke of the impact the band and their music has had on them and their debut feature 20,000 Day On Earth since shooting Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds live at Sydney Opera house on their 2013 Push...

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Live: Nick Cave @ Hammersmith Apollo

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds kicked off the first of a three night run at west London’s Hammersmith Apollo on 26 October 2013. Dressed in an elegant black suit, Cave paced the stage with his familiar intensity of expression. Photographers were only allowed to shoot one song which was We NO Who UR from the new album Push The Sky Away. He is such a striking and unusual performer we craved for more. Here is the whole set: Photography and Words by Imelda Michalcyzk. Imelda has her own site here: Rebeladelica Share16 Tweet7 Pin2 +1 Share...

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Video: Nick Cave. We No Who U R

“We No Who U R” is the first single from the forthcoming Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album Push the Sky Away (out 18th February 2013). Available as a download with every pre-order album purchase of Push The Sky Away via www.nickcave.com or iTunes, “We No Who U R” is also be available as a single download from all digital retailers. The new video for “We No Who U R” was shot by acclaimed Argentine film director Gaspar Noé (I Stand Alone, Irreversible, and Enter The Void). “I love Gaspar’s beautiful, haunting and thoughtful video.” – Nick Cave...

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All Quiet Now: John Renbourn.
Published On: March 27, 2015
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Live: Simple Plan @ Bristol Academy
Published On: March 27, 2016

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