Add Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds to the list of must-see fall tours--the band has just announced a new, albeit short, run of dates.
The band will be on the road in October paying just 10 shows across North and Latin America, with the US dates kicking off at the end of the month. They include stops in Inglewood, Washington, D.C. and Brooklyn, all with special guests Cigarettes After Sex.
The announcement comes not quite two weeks after the death of longtime member Conway Savage, who was praised in a Facebook post as "the anarchic thread that ran through the band's live performances" and "[i]rascible, funny, terrifying, sentimental, warm-hearted, gentle, acerbic, honest, genuine." Savage had surgery to remove a brain tumor last year.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are also releasing a live EP, Distant Sky, and fans can hear the whole thing when it's featured on BBC Radio 6 on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Cave also collaborated with singer Marianne Faithfull on new song "The Gypsy Faerie Queen" from her upcoming album, Negative Capability.
Tickets for select Nick Cave shows are on sale now right here on AXS.
The US schedule is as follows: