Nick Cave announces new Bad Seeds album, Ghosteen

The double album is out next week

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In response to a fan question on his Red Hand Files site, Nick Cave casually announced that a new Bad Seeds album is due for release next week.

Ghosteen is a double album, with Part 1 comprising eight songs and Part 2 consisting of two long songs, linked by a spoken word piece.

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Check out the tracklisting below:

Part 1
The Spinning Song
Bright Horses
Waiting For You
Night Raid
Sun Forest
Galleon Ship
Ghosteen Speaks
Leviathan

Part 2
Ghosteen
Fireflies
Hollywood

“The songs on the first album are the children,” writes Cave. “The songs on the second album are their parents. Ghosteen is a migrating spirit.”

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