Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds To Play Instore-Gig

They will also be signing copies of new album in London

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are to perform live at London’s Oxford Street HMV this coming Monday (March 3).

The band whose ‘Dig, Lazurus, Dig!’ is due for release next week will also be signing copies of the new album at this rare in-store appearance.

The signing session will be limited to just 300 fans, wristbands will be distributed on a first-come first served basis from 9am on the day.

Cave & The Bad Seeds’ recently announced tour has been selling-out, and demand has now forced them to add a THIRD London date at the Hammersmith Apollo on May 9.

This is their first tour since 2005.

Cave will also be appearing at a special recording gig this Sunday at Air Studios, as part of the London iTunes festival. Also performing will be Spiritualized.

Uncut will be in attendence at the intimate session so check back to on Monday to see our report of the exclusive session.

The full Cave tour dates are as follows:

Dublin, Castle (May 3)
Glasgow, Academy (4) Sold out
Birmingham, Academy (5) Sold out
London, Hammersmith Apollo (7/8) Sold out
London, Hammersmith Apollo (9)


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