Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds have announced a show at the Manchester Arena on a new UK/European tour. The celebrated alternative rock outfit will be appearing on Monday 25th September, just one date into an eight week tour, full dates available here.
In a career stretching over four decades, Nick Cave And The Bads Seeds were founded in Melbourne in 1983, and have since sold over five million albums worldwide to date. Their cross-genre sound encompassing gothic rock, post punk and experimental rock has gained them a deep influence in music, bringing critical and commercial acclaim as they remain one of rock’s most exciting and intriguing acts. Their sixteenth album Skeleton Tree came just one day after the premiere of One More Time With Feeling, an intimate portrait documenting the album’s production. Skeleton Tree charted at number one in eight countries and gained the band their highest ever position in the UK and US.
This morning’s announcement came with these words from Nick: “We’ve been in a strange place, I’m coming out and blinking into the light… It’s good to be playing again”.
Tickets go on sale at 9.00am on 17th February and are available here.