Nick Cave has indicated that he’s about to begin work on his subsequent album, following today’s announcement that his 2021 tour is cancelled.
Writing on The Red Hand Files, the place Cave solutions questions from the general public, the musician responded to 1 fan known as Chloe who merely stated “What the fuuuuuuuuuck????? Cancelled tour noooooo.”
Responding to Chloe and “all who’ve written to me in the present day,” Cave stated the initial postponement of his 2020 tour through the outbreak of the coronavirus gave him an “alternative to take inventory.”
“I got here to the conclusion that what I most needed to do in life was to play reside,” Cave stated. I really miss it. Cancelling the tour is a superb disappointment to me, and to the remainder of the band.”
“We tried to make it work however, in the long run, with so many issues about 2021 remaining unpredictable, together with no certainty on whether or not we might be capable to ship the massive scale enviornment present that we needed to.”
Nick Cave (Image: Joel Ryan / Press)
Explaining that the cancellation is “not less than for now,” Cave stated: “I attempt to maintain The Crimson Hand Recordsdata as measured as doable, as a matter of precept, however whichever means you take a look at it, this sucks.”
He signed off, nevertheless, “Time to make a brand new file,” indicating that the follow-up to 2019’s acclaimed ‘Ghosteen’ is on its means.
It was introduced earlier in the present day (December 7), that Nick Cave And The Unhealthy Seeds’ 2021 dates had been not happening, and that they had been in search of various preparations for 2022.
Earlier this yr, Nick Cave hosted ‘Fool Prayer’, a livestreamed gig from London’s Alexandra Palace.
Reviewing the show, NME wrote: “With out crowds, chatter and the mess of 1000’s of human our bodies all bumping up in opposition to one another, it’s doable to focus purely on Cave’s devastating lyricism: faith, demise and romance all getting their likelihood to shine within the golden and purple lights that softly illuminate the room.”