Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are in New York City for a two-night stand at the Beacon Theatre, and between those two gigs, managed to slip in a rare late-night TV appearance, performing the haunting song “Rings of Saturn” off the band’s new Skeleton Tree album on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” last night.
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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds today announced a sprawling new best-of collection that’s “designed to be a way into three decades of music making” and which will be released in multiple formats: a standard 2CD set, a triple LP collection, a deluxe 3CD/1DVD version and a super-deluxe edition that adds a 256-page hardback book.
This week’s new releases include “One More Time With Feeling,” the documentary about the making of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ 2016 album ‘Skeleton Tree,’ plus a new 4CD box set collecting expanded editions of Red Lorry Yellow Lorry’s first four albums, and a brand-new studio album from Men at Work’s Colin Hay.
This week’s new releases include a pair of bonus-laden CD reissues from Trip Shakespeare, plus vinyl re-releases from Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds (From Her to Eternity, Firstborn is Dead, Kicking Against the Pricks, Your Funeral… My Trial), The Misfits and The Melvins.
This week’s new releases include a huge number of reissues, with re-released titles coming from Siouxsie and the Banshees, XTC, The Afghan Whigs, The Wedding Present and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, plus a brand-new live album from The Fall compiled by Mark E. Smith.
This week’s new releases include a new 2LP reissue of Duran Duran’s classic sophomore album Rio, plus new single-CD reissues from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (From Her To Eternity, The Firstborn Is Dead, Kicking Against The Pricks, Your Funeral… My Trial).
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds celebrated the release of their 15th studio album Push the Sky Away by performing the record in full on Feb. 21, 2013, at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles — and broadcasting that performance around the world live on YouTube.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds today released the video for “Mermaids,” the third single off the band’s new album, Push the Sky Away, in the form of a live performance of the song from the band’s February album-release show in Los Angeles that was webcast around the world.
Nick Cave is pulling double-duty at this year’s Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, performing both with this on-hiatus band Grinderman and his long-running crew The Bad Seeds. While the full Grinderman webcast from Friday night has yet to surface, Sunday night’s thrilling Bad Seeds performance has
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are celebrating this week’s release of their 15th studio album Push the Sky Away by performing the record in full tonight in Los Angeles — and broadcasting it around the world live on YouTube. Watch the full performance live right here.
We’re still 10 days out from the release of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ 15th studio album ‘Push the Sky Away,’ but the band this morning debuted the full record via streams at NPR in the U.S. and The Guardian in the U.K.; here you can listen to the full 43-minute work courtesy of the NPR stream.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds had already debuted a lyric video for the second track off their upcoming 15th studio album, a nearly 7-minute slow burn called “Jubilee Street,” but now comes the prostitution-themed video for the song — a NSFW clip that was actually blocked by YouTube on content grounds for a period of time this morning.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds today premiered the second track off their upcoming 15th studio album, a nearly 7-minute slow burn called “Jubilee Street” that builds into a huge climax. You can hear the track via the official lyric video posted here. The track follows lead single “We No Who U R” off ‘Push the Sky Away.’