Nick Caves Idiot prayer Enjoy a second life as a virtual concert album release and cinema experience.
The solo show of the Australian alternative rock icon will be presented at 22 tracks at the Alexandra Palace Double album, From November 20th. The live package is available on vinyl, CD and streaming services worldwide.
Before that, the Idiot prayer The concert movie will hit theaters worldwide on November 5 in conjunction with the release of Trouffleger. Moviegoers will be treated to an extended cut with four shows never seen before.
Until now, Kevin’s solo kick has only gotten online, as a ticketed event.
For special performances, Cave played a snatched-back set on the piano, returned to early Bad Seats works, and his Grinderman Project and Australian Music Prize-nominated latest songs Costin Album.
In response to recent months, Cave said, the silence on the lock “not only sparked the recording of songs, but also the idea of filming them.”
On June 19, he was surrounded by tape measures and thermometers, masked coffers and camera operators, tense technicians and hand gel buckets by Govt officials, who created the most bizarre and beautiful thing to speak of in this uncertain moment, but by no means worship it. “
Cave continues, “This is an album taken from that film. It is a prayer within the emptiness – alone in the palace of Alexandra – a memento from a strange and dangerous moment in history. Hope you enjoy it. “
Recorded at Ally Polly’s Cavernous West Hall during the lockout, the Gavin set was edited by cinematographer Robbie Ryan, Nick Emerson, and the audio was recorded by Tom Monks.
Tickets for the film go For sale Details will be announced in a timely manner, excluding the United States on September 10th.
The ARIA Hall of Famer and his Bad Seats will take their show off the road for a pan-European tour in the spring and summer 2021, Is set to kick off on April 10 at Sportpolis in Antwerp, Belgium.
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