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.
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The original lineup of The Stone Roses will makes its U.S. debut at April’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, joining headliners Blur, Phoenix and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, plus a bill that also includes New Order, OMD, both Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and Grinderman, Johnny Marr and more.
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.’
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds late last week premiered the official video for “We No Who U R,” the first single off the band’s upcoming 15th studio album. As you can see from the clip posted above, the Gaspar Noé-directed video is fairly minimalist, tracking a shadow through a forest. ‘Push the Sky Away’ arrives Feb. 18.
A day after announcing an Australian tour and debuting their new single, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are back with even more good news for fans: The band today unveiled a 12-date North American tour that will take place next March and April in support of the group’s 15th studio album, ‘Push the Sky Away.’
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ 15th studio album, Push the Sky Away, doesn’t arrive until mid-February, but the band today premiered the record’s first single, “We No Who U R,” via Rolling Stone — and you can hear the track rigth here. The single goes on sale this week in advance of the full album’s arrival Feb. 18.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds today announced they will release their 15th studio album next February, a nine-track collection titled ‘Push the Sky Away’ that Cave, on the band’s website, says has a sound and feel that “just seems new, you know, but new in an old school kind of way.”
4AD and reissue imprint Beggars Archive this week announced a new special-edition 30th anniversary reissue of ‘Junk Yard,’ the second album from Nick Cave’s pre-Bad Seeds outfit The Birthday Party. The set will feature the album on 12-inch, the ‘Release the Bats’ single on 7-inch and a CD combining both.
This week’s round-up of Slicing Up Eyeballs headlines includes reports about The Stone Roses, The Cure, Buzzcocks, Skinny Puppy, Nick Cave, Redd Kross, Ultravox, Paul Weller, Vince Clarke and Depeche Mode, Peter Gabriel, Morrissey, Sugar, Blondie, Devo and more.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will close out their reissue series by releasing expanded CD/DVD editions of the band’s three most recent albums — 2003’s ‘Nocturama,’ 2004’s ‘Abbatoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus’ and 2008’s ‘Dig!!! Lazarus, Dig!!!’ — this summer, with each featuring a new 5.1 Surround Sound mix.
This week’s new releases include individual reissues of each album in The Smiths’ catalog, plus MInistry’s first new album in five years (‘Relapse’), the U.K. release of Grinderman’s new remix album (‘Grinderman 2 RMX’) and the U.S. release of Paul Weller’s just-released solo album ‘Sonik Kicks.’
This week’s round-up of Slicing Up Eyeballs headlines includes news about My Bloody Valentine, Morrissey, Bob Mould’s Sugar, Dave Gahan, Dead Can Dance, The Wedding Present, Paul Weller, Nick Cave’s Grinderman, Ministry and a joint tour with The Cult, The Mission and Killing Joke.
Nick Cave will say goodbye to his garage-blues side project Grinderman with the release next week, in the U.K., of the 12-track remix album called ‘Grinderman 2 RMX,’ collecting new and previously released mixes of cuts from the band’s sophomore album by members of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, UNKLE and Queens of the Stone Age.
This week’s edition of The Week in Rock features headlines about Depeche Mode’s Martin Gore and Vince Clarke, The Cure, World Party, Peter Murphy, Morrissey, Bob Mould, fIREHOSE, IanMcCulloch, David Bowie, Grinderman, Jane’s Addiction and more.