Only a week after asserting it, Nick Cave and the Dangerous Seeds have revealed their new album, Ghosteen. Formally set for an October 4th launch (with bodily copies approaching October eighth), you may stream the double album in full beneath by way of YouTube.
The album follows 2016’s Skeleton Tree, a cathartic report influenced by the loss of life of Cave’s 15-year-old son, who fell from a cliff in Brighton, England. It seems that Ghosteen is a strategy of that grief as properly. The singer defined by way of his website The Pink Hand Information that the album’s “Half 1” is eight songs about kids, whereas “Half 2″ focuses on their dad and mom and options “two lengthy songs linked by a spoken phrase piece.” “Ghosteen is a migrating spirit,” he famous.
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Cave’s spouse, Susie Bick, beforehand hinted at a brand new Dangerous Seeds album via her weblog, explaining that the songwriter had been experiencing lucid sleep, and that his new concepts “reveal themselves at evening in his fever desires. They’re his Fever Songs.”
Hearken to Nick Cave and the Dangerous Seeds’ Ghosteen beneath. Along with the early YouTube preview, there are listening occasions at present being held across the globe. Cave can also be on the street for the newest North American leg of his “Conversations Tour”. Test these tickets right here.