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.
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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will return to North America next summer for a second round of dates in support of the band’s current album Push the Sky Away, a just-announced trek that runs from June 16 through July 31 and will bring the group to 15 cities across the United States plus four more in Canada.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will release their fourth official live album next month in the form of Live From KCRW, a set recorded this past April in a studio for the Los Angeles radio station that will be released on CD and double vinyl at independent retailers on Record Store Day’s upcoming Black Friday event.
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 & 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.
This week’s new releases include the much-anticipated new studio album from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (‘Push the Sky Away’), plus Cherry Red Records is releasing 2CD best-ofs for UK indie-pop acts The Brilliant Corners and Mighty Mighty, and Mudhoney is treated to a new DVD documentary.
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.’
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.
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.”