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Nick Cave: '15 albums in, we're not supposed to be making interesting records'

Nick Cave: '15 albums in, we're not supposed to be making interesting records'

Nick Cave talks about his new album with The Bad Seeds, Push The Sky Away, in the new issue of Uncut, out Thursday (January 31).

Cave tells Uncut how proud he is of the group’s latest record, especially as he believes bands that have been around as long as his aren’t usually making such experimental albums.

"It's this extra-curricular stuff [Grinderman] that keeps The Bad Seeds alive, and that’s the thing I’m mostly concerned with," explains Cave.

"It's 15 albums or whatever, and we're not supposed to be making interesting or credible records at this point in our career. We feel a little bit proud about that."

Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds' Push The Sky Away is also reviewed in the new issue of Uncut, dated March 2013, and out on January 31.


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