The fifteenth album from Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds (and first without the involvement of Mick Harvey) is a decidedly restrained and minimalist affair. In contrast to the raw blues and dynamic rock sounds of 'Dig Lazarus Dig!!!' and recent Grinderman albums, 'Push The Sky Away' travels at a languid, downbeat pace, built on carefully composed grooves and sparse instrumental loops. Reflective, and subtly soulful, the record feels like a significant, succesful break into new territory for the band.
Push The Sky Away
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds