Taken from new documentary '20,000 Days On Earth'...
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

How does Nick Cave do it?

The Australian songwriter just seems to improve with age, refining his rage with razor sharp accuracy. Back in the Bad Seeds fold, recent album 'Push The Sky Away' ranks as one of his most powerful, simply beautiful statements yet. 

Playing a host of ferocious shows, a recent live tour culminated with Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds demolishing three nights at the Hammermsmith Apollo. Cue utter bedlam, as the band traipse gleefully across their own back catalogue with demonic glee.

Film makers Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard recently stepped in to shoot a new documentary, ostensibly about 24 hours in the life of Nick Cave.

Set to make its debut at the Sundance festival next year, a new live clip has found its way online. Shot at a London studio, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds rampage through 'Higgs Boson Blues' with fire in their bellies and spit on their lips.

Check it out below.

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'Push The Sky Away' is out now.

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