Nick Cave describes current tour as “pure happiness, more than I have experienced in a long time.”

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“I Can’t Tell You What It Means for Warren and Me to Get Out on Stage and Perform the Song”

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Nick Cave has reflected on his current run of live shows with longtime collaborator Warren Ellis, describing them as “pure happiness.”

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on your website red hand filesIn , where the Bad Seeds musician answers questions from his fans, Cave is asked by a fan how he manages the website during the tour.

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“The truth is, it’s very hard,” Cave said. “Playing these concerts is pure joy, more than I’ve experienced in a very long time. I can’t tell you what it meant for Warren and me to get out on stage and perform songs — but there’s a sense of intensity in the show.” There is a level which is tedious.


“As the attack progresses, the energy needed for the treatment red hand files The care and responsibility with which your questions are pouring out of me like water pouring out of a small leaky pot,” he said, adding that he would be taking a break from the site.

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis performing live in Paris (Picture: Wolfe – Patrick / Redferns)

“Instead of answering your questions that have not been considered properly, I have decided to take a break for the next two weeks and then resume after the tour is over.

“I hope you all understand.”

Kev and Alice are currently performing in Europe in support of their album ‘Carnage’, having recently completed a run of acclaimed UK shows.


In a five-star review of his set in Croydon, Granthshala described the show as: “Cave and Alice in their absolute purest and best form; armed only with songs, love, and tons of emotion.”

Last week Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds were announced as the headliners for Oia Festival 2022, which also stars Aurora, Michael Kiwanuka and Saber.

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