He spoke about the influence and representation of women – and particularly his wife – in his music.
“I feel the presence of my son, all around, but he may not be there.”
“I thought that a direct conversation with the audience might be valuable.”
Organisers need $250,000 to make their vision a reality.
It’s finally happening.
Seriously though, is there anything he can’t do?
Cave says he’s taking “a principled stand against anyone who wants to censor and silence musicians”.
“It’s the fact they’re willing to perform in Israel that is important.”
It’s not the gold statue he’s always wanted, but it’s something.
Nick Cave & The Bad Steeds
“This release is designed to be a way into three decades of music making.”
Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has responded by voicing his support for the curfew.
“Cave is in pure catharsis mode… working through every last raw emotion, burning an effigy and building his own spectacle.”
With support from The Necks.
All of the feels.
What a squad.
A cinematic twist!