Nick Cave will be performing live at the Barbican, London during the 17th September screening of documentary film 20,000 Days On Earth.
Fact reports that Cave will perform with bandmates Warren Ellis and Barry Adamson at the event, with the film’s directors, Ian Forsyth and Jane Pollard, participating in a Q&A session. The event will be broadcast live across 150 cinemas in the UK ahead of the film’s official release date of the 19th of September.
The film depicts 24hrs in the life of Cave, and won two awards at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Cave will also be appearing at screenings across North America, including Montreal on the 1st of August and New York on the 4th of August.
Nick Cave and The Bad Seed’s most recent studio album, Push The Sky Away, was released in February 2013.
You can watch the first official clip from 20,000 Days On Earth below:
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Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds have invited fans to attend a London gig that will be filmed for a forthcoming documentary.
The band will be playing the intimate concert at London venue Koko on November 3rd. Fans can apply for tickets via an online ballot on the band’s website and need to register by October 7th, 9am.
The show is being recorded for the film 20,000 Days On Earth and will see Cave reunited with former collaborator Kylie Minogue. Minogue will make a cameo appearance in the drama-documentary which is being directed by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard. The film is set to tell the story of Cave’s 20,000th day on earth and is due for release in 2014.
Forsyth and Pollard previously worked on the music videos for all the singles from Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds’ 2008 album ‘Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!’