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Kiss Him Goodbye – It’s Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds!

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds is unlike any other band to their growing legion of fans.  Their best selling album entitled “Murder Ballads” shot them to fame with their hit “Where the Wild Roses Grow”.  This song featured a duet between Cave and popular vocalist Kylie Minogue, which had the pair singing on a pretty sinister subject.  The good news for fans of the band is that they are back with a brand new album entitled “Push the Sky Away” and 2013 tour dates have just been announced.

The new album took over a year to be written and recorded, so fans know the band took their time to get it just right.  This album is the 15th that the band has recorded together, and is due to hit stores and iPods on February 18, 2013.  Fans dying to get their first taste of the album can listen to “We No Who U R” the first single of the album that was released on the December 3, 2012.  Fans and critics alike are already praising the new song, and hoping the full album lives up to the quality of the first single.  The other songs on the album that are sure to be hits include “Wide Lovely Eyes”, “Jubilee Street”, and the titular “Push the Sky Away”.    The 2013 tour to promote the album will start in the band’s native homeland of Australia in February and will come to American shores for their first US tour date starting in March.

Dallas, Texas will be the band’s first stop in the US, then they will head on to Tennessee, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and more (including a few stops in Canada) before their final show in Denver, Colorado.  The band will be playing the songs off their newest album as well as fan favorites.  Hear your favorites such as “Red Right Hand”, Into My Arms”, “The Weeping Song”, “Stagger Lee”, and more being sung live and in person.

No matter if you want to be one of the first to hear their newest songs performed live, or if you are dying to hear some of your past favorites, The Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds concert is not one to be missed!

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