With their eagerly-awaited new b-sides collection landing later this month, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have now unveiled another unheard cut from their forthcoming release.
The new live version of 'Push The Sky Away', originally appearing on the 2013 album of the same name, sees them collaborate with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra from the 'Film Music – Nick Cave & Warren Ellis' performance at Hamer Hall in Melbourne in 2019, and follows on from the previously shared cuts 'Vortex' and 'Earthlings' in previewing the new collection 'B-Sides & Rarities Part II', which arrives on the 22nd October.
Speaking about the new offering, Nick Cave said, "I never had more fun on stage than with the MSO…"
While Warren Ellis added, "Beautiful hometown Melbourne Symphony Orchestra - one of the best shows of my life".
Listen to the new live version of 'Push The Sky Away' in the player below.