Nick Cave releasing Idiot Prayer show as live album

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An extended version of the film will also come to cinemas.

Nick Cave is releasing his solo piano show Idiot Prayer as a live album, via Bad Seeds Ltd this November.

Read more: From Bad Seed to Skeleton Tree: How Nick Cave grew in the darkness

Amidst the Coronavirus pandemic in June, Cave live-streamed a solo piano show at London’s Alexandra Palace, performing stripped back versions of songs including ‘(Are You) The One That I’ve Been Waiting For?’, ‘Into My Arms’, and ‘Nobody’s Baby Now’.

A recording of the show will now be released as a live album. “It is a prayer into the void — alone at Alexandra Palace — a souvenir from a strange and precarious moment in history,” says Cave.

Ahead of the live album, an extended version of the film featuring previously unseen footage will be shown in select cinemas from the 5th of November.

Cave recently launched a new online store called Cave Things — stocking everything from T-shirts to Cave-designed prints.

Head here to pre-order a copy in advance of Idiot Prayer — Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace’s 20th November release, check out the artwork and tracklist below.


Tracklist:

1. Spinning Song
2. Idiot Prayer
3. Sad Waters
4. Brompton Oratory
5. Palaces of Montezuma
6. Girl in Amber
7. Man in The Moon
8. Nobody’s Baby Now
9. (Are You) The One That I’ve Been Waiting For?
10. Waiting For You
11. The Mercy Seat
12. Euthanasia
13. Jubilee Street
14. Far From Me
15. He Wants You
16. Higgs Boson Blues
17. Stranger Than Kindness
18. Into My Arms
19. The Ship Song
20. Papa Won’t Leave You, Henry
21. Black Hair
22. Galleon Ship

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