The Quietus - A new rock music and pop culture website

News

Bad Seeds For Extra Brighton Date
Laurie Tuffrey , July 31st, 2013 11:40

New version of Higgs Boson Blues for release later in the year

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have snuck in one more tour date to their almost entirely sold-out European tour, announcing a show at Brighton's Dome on October 24.

Tickets will go on sale this Friday, August 2 - get your credit cards at the ready come 9 a.m. here.

Additionally, they recently shot a video for 'Higgs Boson Blues', from Push The Sky Away, one of our favourite albums of the year so far, at London's Three Mills Studios, recording it live in the process, with both the video and a download of the track set for release ahead of the tour - stay tuned to the site for further updates.

In the meantime, have a look at the tour dates below (our apologies to readers in London, Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Amsterdam and Antwerp):

OCTOBER
Sat 26 - Hammersmith Apollo, London - SOLD OUT
Sun 27 - Hammersmith Apollo, London - SOLD OUT
Mon 28 - Hammersmith Apollo, London - SOLD OUT
Wed 30 - Apollo, Manchester - SOLD OUT
Thu 31 - Barrowland, Glasgow - SOLD OUT

NOVEMBER
Fri 1 - Usher Hall, Edinburgh - SOLD OUT
Wed 6 - Annex, Stockholm - SOLD OUT
Fri 8 - Falconer, Copenhagen - SOLD OUT
Sat 9 - Falconer, Copenhagen - SOLD OUT
Sun 10 - Sporthalle, Hamburg
Tue 12 - Mitsubishi Electric Halle, Düsseldorf
Wed 13 - Stadthalle, Offenbach
Fri 15 - Rockhal, Luxembourg
Sun 17 - Music Hall, Amsterdam - SOLD OUT
Mon 18 - Lotto Arena, Antwerp - SOLD OUT
Tue 19 - Zenith, Paris
Thu 21 - Zenith, Munich
Fri 22 - Tipsport Arena, Prague
Mon 25 - Hala Tivoli, Ljubljana
Wed 27 - Auditorium Parco Della Musica, Rome
Thu 28 - Alcatraz, Milan
Fri 29 - Paladozza, Bologna

If you love our features, news and reviews, please support what we do with a one-off or regular donation. Year-on-year, our corporate advertising is down by around 90% - a figure that threatens to sink The Quietus. Hit this link to find out more and keep on Black Sky Thinking.