We have a ton of stuff to give away
The concert film Distant Sky – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Live In Copenhagen is due to hit 500 cinemas worldwide for one night only on April 12.
Recorded at Copenhagen’s Royal Arena in October 2017, Distant Sky captures Cave and the Bad Seeds at their peak, performing tracks from their latest album Skeleton Tree alongside cuts from their peerless back catalogue.
To celebrate this momentous event, we’ve got ONE bundle of Cave goodies to give away.
The bundle contains:
2 x Distant Sky tickets for the April 12 screening (click here for the list of cinemas)
1 Skeleton Tree tote bag
Lovely Creatures badges
1 classic Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album to be selected randomly
A Distant Sky cinema poster
To enter, please answer the following question correctly. One winner will be chosen at random from the Uncut office hat. Entries must be received by Friday, April 6. Please don’t forget to include the cinema where you’d like to see the film.
Question: Who is the current bassist in the Bad Seeds?
Is it: a) Martyn P. Casey, b) Mick Harvey or c) Barry Adamson?
Send your answers to: UncutComp@timeinc.com
You can watch the trailer for Distant Sky here:
The classic album is one of these:
Dig Lazarus Dig CD
The Good Son CD
Lovely Creatures CD
Kicking Against The Pricks CD/DVD
Henry’s Dream CD
No More Shall We Part CD/DVD
Your Funeral… My Trial CD/DVD
The Firstborn Is Dead CD/DVD
From Her To Eternity CD/DVD
Tender Prey CD/DVD
For the full list of cinemas taking part in this special one night only event you can click here.
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