A triumphant return for the prolific songwriter and national treasure
Standing in the crowd during a Nick Cave live performance is comparable to a religious experience. Often he'll kneel at the edge of the stage, crooning into a microphone as his audience reach out to him. His movements are jagged and fast, as though his mortal form has become the vessel for something inhuman.
This January, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds return to Melbourne in support of their 16th studio album, The Skeleton Tree. The band will perform at Sidney Myer Music Bowl with support from ARIA winners, The Necks. We can expect Cave's signature melancholy vocals, profound lyrics and raw energy.