Ghosteen is Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds 17th album, and will be available for purchase next week. It will be their first album release since their 2016 album Skeleton Tree. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have a plethora of phenomenal music with a wide range of rock interpretations. From hard rock to gothic rock, the music is magical. They are brilliant match up, still creating amazing music.
The cover art for the new album is majestic that includes dreamlike lighting and animals all living in a soft colored world. This double album’s first portion will be from the voice of the child and the second portion will be from the voice of a parent. Ghosteen is a migrating spirit, says Nick on Red Hand Files Newsletter page.
01 The Spinning Song
02 Bright Horses
03 Waiting For You
04 Night Raid
05 Sun Forest
06 Galleon Ship
07 Ghosteen Speaks
Nick is also currently on tour doing his: Evening Talks and Music. Involving the audience with invigorating conversation. Any questions can be asked to Nick Cave during these shows, creating an atmosphere of creativity and understanding between the artiest and the audience. Be sure to catch him touring this fall.
UPDATE (9/24): According to a press release, the release date for Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ new album Ghosteen won’t be until October 4 instead of the previously-reported September release date. The double album will premiere on Youtube the day before on October 3.
9/20 The Lincoln Theatre – Washington, DC
9/21 Rose Theater – New York, NY
9/23Town Hall – New York, NY
9/25 Sanders Theatre – Cambridge, MA
9/27 Eglise Du Saint-Jean-Baptiste – Montreal, QC
9/28 Convocation Hall – Toronto, ON
9/30 Copernicus Center – Chicago, IL
10/1 Pantages Theatre – Minneapolis, MN
10/3 James K. Polk Theater – Nashville, TN
10/5 Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater – Austin, TX
10/6 Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater – Austin, TX
10/8 Revolution Hall – Portland, OR
10/10 Massey Theatre – New Westminster, BC
10/11 Moore Theatre – Seattle, WA
10/13 Davies Symphony Hall – San Francisco, CA
10/15 Walt Disney Concert Hall – Los Angeles, CA
Photo Credit: Raymond Flotat