After their incredible tour in 2017, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds have a real story to share. Their album Skeleton Tree was received to incredible acclaim, and after the devastation of the loss of his son Arthur in 2016, the past few years for frontman Nick Cave have been less than easy.
Their documentary One More Time With Feeling was an intimate look at Cave’s creative process, his personal life, and his relationships with those in his industry. If ever you wanted to better understand Nick Cave then this film is where you should look.
But if you are still keen for more, then you will be pleased to hear the recent news that a concert film is to be released in 2018.
If you didn’t manage to catch Nick Cave live on the Skeleton Tree tour, then the upcoming concert film will surely blow your mind.
Filmed at The Royal Arena in Copenhagen in October 2017, the film captures the band’s entire set and is a beautiful snapshot of the unique experience a live show by Nick Cave truly is. Filmed by David Barnard who has worked with Bjork, Alice Cooper and Radiohead, the quality of cinematography is world class.
The production will premiere in theatres globally on the 12th of April so save the date and get ready to be blown away.
Via Tone Deaf.