With “Jubilee Street,” we’re now two tracks into the new Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds record and it’s becoming even more clear that Push the Sky Away will be a clean break from the nasty and rowdy Nick Cave of Grinderman. Like first single, “We No Who U R,” “Jubilee Street,” is a calm and meditative number, skillfully orchestrated and exquisitely narrated by a man whose voice has the ability to twist a seemingly innocuous stroll into a tale of regret and deceit. The man does have a way with words, especially when his subject roams the urban underbelly of lost and forgotten souls. Press play, read along, and you’ll see what I mean. Push the Sky Away by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds will be released on February 19th. The albums first single can be sampled here.
- October 30, 2014
Slow Release, the latest long player by the Sydney band, Yes I'm Leaving, is a record you can judge by its cover, its back cover to be more precise. Let's read over these song titles. Side one starts with "One," and leads to "Puncher," "Fear," "Alchemy," "Timer" and "Salt." Side two reads "Care Less," " Manic," "Funny," "Secret," and "Husk." Read More