Nick Cave’s Distant Sky film streaming for free over Easter

Plus orchestral live dates with Warren Ellis

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Last year’s Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ concert film Distant Sky – Live In Copenhagen is being made available for free online screening for three days over Easter.

Go here to sign up to access the film, which will be available to from April 19 to April 22, and remind yourself of what’s it all about by watching the trailer below.

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Meanwhile, Nick Cave and Warren Ellis have announced a couple of Australian live dates backed by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, during which they’ll perform suites from their various collaborative film soundtracks.

The concerts will take place at on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 August at Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne – tickets here.

Their soundtrack to The Assassination of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford is remastered and released on vinyl for the first time on April 19.

The May 2019 issue of Uncut is on sale from March 21, and available to order online now – with Neil Young on the cover. Inside, you’ll find Mark Hollis, Jimi Hendrix, Al Green, Oh Sees, Damo Suzuki, Mott The Hoople, Big Thief, Love, Kristin Hersh, Shaun Ryder and much more. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best of the month’s new music, including Weyes Blood, Kevin Morby, Richard Dawson, Fat White Family, Shana Cleveland, Drugdealer and Mekons.

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