Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds announce Distant Sky live EP

Four-track companion to their recent concert film to be released on September 28

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will release a new live EP on September 28 via Bad Seed Ltd.

Distant Sky – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Live In Copenhagen features four tracks taken from their recent concert film of the same name, filmed at Copenhagen’s Royal Arena in October 2017. The tracklisting is as follows:

Side A:
Jubilee Street
Distant Sky

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Side B:
From Her to Eternity
The Mercy Seat

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Watch a clip from the film of the band performing “Distant Sky” below:

The deluxe version of Uncut’s Ultimate Music Guide to Nick Cave is currently on sale, featuring a review of Distant Sky and a brand new afterword by The Bad Seeds’s Warren Ellis. You can buy a copy here.

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