Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Nominated For BRIT Award And Silver Certified Seller

‘Skeleton Tree’, the 16th studio album by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, is out now. Released the day after the premiere of ‘One More Time With Feeling’, the feature film about the making of the album and directed by Andrew Dominik, it charted at number 1 in 8 countries with a further 11 top 5s and numerous top 20 positions.

The album gained the band their highest ever position in the UK: 2 (OCC) and US: 27 (Billboard), and has recently been certified Silver in UK (BPI). Recently nominated for a BRIT Award (2017) in the Best International Group category, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds remain one of the most critically acclaimed acts working today and have sold over 5 million albums worldwide. Their influence has been profound and far-reaching and they are one of the most powerful and exciting live acts in the world.

Visually unique, ‘One More Time With Feeling’ is a stark, fragile and raw documentary. Shot in 3D, in colour and black & white, the film probes the deeply personal circumstances surrounding the making of ‘Skeleton Tree’ and features live performances by the band in the studio.

‘One More Time With Feeling’ is the first ever non-animated B&W film shot originally in 3D. On 3rd March 2017, this filmic milestone will be released on DVD, Blu-ray and a Limited Edition 3D Blu-ray. All formats of ‘One More Time With Feeling’ will come as two-disc editions with previously unseen footage. ‘One More Time With Feeling’ has also been nominated for ‘Best Music Film’ at the NME Awards 2017.

The band are currently on tour in Australia and New Zealand. Tickets for all shows are on sale at

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