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This concert which was scheduled for 25 April has been moved to 23 May 2021
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds are embarking on a tour to promote their new album, Ghosteen, their first record in three years.
Formed in 1984 by two members of the defunct Australian band The Birthday Party, Nick Cave (singer, composer) and musician Mick Harvey, they were joined by guitarist Blixa Bargeld, member of the German band Einstürzende Neubauten, the former guitarist of the band Magazine Hugo Race and also member of the latter band Barry Adamson, bassist and pianist. With this line-up the band recorded and released their debut album From Her To Eternity in 1984.
From that moment on, the musical group led by Nick Cave has only been successful with albums such as Your Funeral...My Trial, Murder Ballads, Tender Prey, No More Shall We Part or Push the Sky Away. Now the alternative rock band is back with its seventeenth album three years after the release of Skeleton Tree (2016).
Considered one of the artist's most emotionally intense albums, Ghosteen is about the mourning after the accidental death of Cave's teenage son. An album tinged with sadness with deep and poetic lyrics that concertgoers can enjoy live.