Despite being born in Australia, Nick Cave has always been considered an adopted son of Brighton, after making it his home for the best part of 20 years. An artist that needs no introduction, he’s a musician that has matured like a fine wine with his last two albums – Push the Sky Away and Skeleton Tree – becoming arguably his most well reviewed works to date.
While he and The Bad Seeds have promised new music, having been working on a record in Los Angeles, Cave has also announced a brand-new “talking and music” tour which promises questions from the audience, as well as a handful of tracks performed solo on piano. Titled ‘Conversations With Nick Cave’, it’s coming to the Brighton Dome on 28th June (that’s Glastonbury weekend – could we perhaps see Cave join Kylie Minogue for her ‘Legend’s Slot’?) for what is sure to be a witty, funny and dark night of alternative entertainment.
Tickets are on-sale on Thursday 21st February from the Brighton Dome website.