Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds reveal the video to “Jubilee Street”, the second track taken from the band’s fifteenth studio album Push The Sky Away to be released on February 18th on Bad Seed Ltd. 

The video is directed by one of the band’s long time collaborators John Hillcoat and features Ray Winstone who stared in Nick Cave’s and John Hillcoat’s award winning kangaroo western The Proposition (2005). The video was shot on location in the East End of London in December 2012.

“It was a real pleasure hanging around the set and watching Ray do his thing. He is a master. What a great actor. And of course, working with my friend and collaborator John Hillcoat is always a blast” – Nick Cave

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will be presenting their new album live with the accompaniment of strings and choir at a series of one-off launch event shows in London, Paris, Berlin and Los Angeles. Film-makers Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard will also be screening a new short film about the making of ‘Push the Sky Away’. The film features unprecedented access to the working process of The Bad Seeds and unique insights from Nick, the band and producer Nick Launay.

Push The Sky Away  – Launch shows:

Feb 10th – London – Her Majesty’s Theatre  – SOLD OUT

Feb 11th – Paris – Trianon  – SOLD OUT

Feb 13th – Berlin – Admiralspalast – SOLD OUT

Feb 21st – Los Angeles – Fonda Theatre  – SOLD OUT

Tickets for these exclusive events are now sold out for further dates please check the bands website:

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