Push The Sky Away – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Condition: Brand New
Ships from: Melbourne
"Push The Sky Away" is perhaps the Bad Seeds' most extraordinary album. The long player exudes naturalness and warmth, a work of subtle beauty.
The songs took shape over a year in Nick Cave's beloved Noliz book. The notebook is an analog artifact, but the internet is just as essential for Nick Cave. He researches curiosities via Google, is fascinated by exotic Wikipedia entries, "no matter whether they are true or not". The new songs tell how the world-changing events, ephemeral fads and mythically colored absurdities stand side by side, and they raise the question of how we can recognize and assess what is really important.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds recorded "Push The Sky Away" in the south of France with producer Nick Lanay in a 19th century mansion, the seat of the La Fabrique studio, in the main hall of which a huge collection of records adorns the walls.
Nick Cave founded Bad Seeds in 1982 after the end of his band The Birthday Party. In 1984 Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds released their debut album "From Her To Eternity". Since then, the band has recorded 14 more studio albums, and their output is still as unpredictable and lively as these early, groundbreaking recordings from Hansa Studios Berlin. Numerous artists rely on Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds; Icons like Johnny Cash, Metallica or The Arctic Monkeys have covered their songs.
Label: Bad Seed Ltd.
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Repress