For one day only – April 12 – you’ll be able to get your Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds live fix in a comfy cinema seat.
Entitled Distant Sky: Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds Live in Copenhagen, the 135-minute movie will be shown that day – and only that day – in 500 cinemas worldwide.
It was recorded at Copenhagen’s Royal Arena in October 2017, with Nick and pals performing tracks from the then new album Skeleton Tree alongside a bunch of back catalogue favourites.
Distant Sky: Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds Live in Copenhagen was directed by music doco specialist David Barnard, who has previously given us features from the likes of Pet Shop Boys, Paul Weller, New Order, Björk, Gorillaz, Radiohead and, uh, Spice Girls.
By the way, we really wanted to use the headline “We can be Wild Rose, just for one day”, but obviously we chickened out.
Update: We now have a trailer, folks. Here it is…