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Accompanied by Colin Greenwood

Nick Cave will return to Australia in April 2024 for a run of rare solo shows. He will be accompanied by Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood on bass guitar.

These shows follow an acclaimed tour of North America which saw Cave and Greenwood delight fans and media alike with their extraordinary presentation of Cave’s extensive and enduring catalogue.

“I cannot wait to bring this special show to Australia next year, accompanied by the great Colin Greenwood. It is a great privilege to share the songs with an audience in this way - stripped back and unadorned, revealing their essential nature.” Nick Cave

Nick Cave last toured Australia in late 2022 with Warren Ellis, taking their 2021 album ‘Carnage’ on the road, along with songs from the Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds catalogue.

That tour’s three performances at the Sydney Opera House were captured for the luminous new live album, ‘Australian Carnage - Live At The Sydney Opera House’. The album is available now on 8 track vinyl, with an extended streaming version also available.

Perhaps best known as lead singer and songwriter with Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Nick Cave’s artistic output is prolific and ever-evolving. Over a creative career that spans more than 40 years, Cave has worked across a diverse number of disciplines; as a solo and collaborative musician, a score composer, a writer of books, film scripts and his weekly mailer The Red Hand Files, and more recently as a ceramic artist.

“Nothing short of a spiritual experience” – LA Magazine

“Compelling and magnetic” – Forbes

“Nick Cave + Colin Greenwood = magic” – Scenestar

“His songs are just so engaging, this setting presents them in their sparse, purest and rawest power.” – US Rocker

“a master of his craft” – Highwire Magazine