Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds’ 2018 film ‘Distant Sky’ is set to be made available to stream online later this month.
The live film - which was directed by filmmaker David Barnard - was filmed back in October 2017, when the band played at Copenhagen’s Royal Arena and was initially released in cinemas back in 2018, but will now be made available for a series of days later this month.
To stream the film, fans need to sign up over at nickcave.com/distantsky before it becomes available to stream from 11.59pm on 19th April through til 22nd April.
This all lands ahead of Nick Cave’s forthcoming Conversations With Nick Cave tour, which takes place next month. Those tour dates are as follows.
13 Hamburg, Friedrich-Ebert-Halle
15 Berlin, Admiralspalast
16 Düsseldorf, Tonhalle
19 Oslo, Konserthus
21 Copenhagen, Koncerthuset
24 Luxembourg, Philharmonie
26 Amsterdam, Het Concertgebouw
27 Utrecht, TivoliVredenburg - Grote Zaal
29 Antwerp, De Roma
31 Stockholm, Cirkus
15 Cardiff, Millenium Centre
17 Birmingham, Symphony Hall
19 London, Barbican
20 Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
22 Edinburgh, Usher Hall
23 Gateshead, Sage
25 Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
26 Liverpool, Olympia
28 Brighton, Dome
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