Push the Sky Away

Performers CAVE,NICK & THE BAD SEEDS

Bad Seeds Ltd. | February 19, 2013 | Compact Disc

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Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds re-emerge with Push the Sky Away, the first recording by this band since 2008. Produced by Nick Launay, the album was recorded at La Fabrique, a studio built inside a 19th century mansion in southern France. The two video singles, “We No Who U R” and “Jubilee Street,” are both darkly beautiful ballads that harken back to the Boatman’s Call and No More Shall We Part, and also contain various loops and electronic textures by the band’s musical director, Warren Ellis. The Bad Seeds advanced the album with a brief documentary on YouTube. [The Deluxe Version was released in a hardbound book and featured a DVD and two bonus tracks, "Needle Boy" and "Lightning Bolts."]

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: February 19, 2013

Number of Discs: 2

Label Name: Bad Seeds Ltd.

UPC: 5055667601751

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Push the Sky Away

Performers CAVE,NICK & THE BAD SEEDS

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: February 19, 2013

Number of Discs: 2

Label Name: Bad Seeds Ltd.

UPC: 5055667601751


Title Track Time
1.We No Who U R --
2.Wide Lovely Eyes --
3.Water's Edge --
4.Jubilee Street --
5.Mermaids --
6.We Real Cool --
7.Finishing Jubilee Street --
8.Higgs Boson Blues --
9.Push the Sky Away --
1.Needle Boy --
2.Lightning Bolts --

Editorial Notes

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds re-emerge with Push the Sky Away, the first recording by this band since 2008. Produced by Nick Launay, the album was recorded at La Fabrique, a studio built inside a 19th century mansion in southern France. The two video singles, “We No Who U R” and “Jubilee Street,” are both darkly beautiful ballads that harken back to the Boatman’s Call and No More Shall We Part, and also contain various loops and electronic textures by the band’s musical director, Warren Ellis. The Bad Seeds advanced the album with a brief documentary on YouTube. [The Deluxe Version was released in a hardbound book and featured a DVD and two bonus tracks, "Needle Boy" and "Lightning Bolts."]
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