The film Distant Sky, which documents a Copenhagen concert recorded by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds during the 2017 Skeleton Tree tour will be screened internationally in selected cinemas on April 12.
Last year, Nick Cave and his band, the Bad Seeds, embarked on what was believed to be the most emotional tour of the Australian musician's career, promoting the Skeleton Tree album, which was recorded following the death of Cave's son, Arthur, following a fall from a cliff in Brighton in 2015.
Ticketing information for the one-night screening is available on Nick Cave's website, as reported by Rolling Stone.
At the time of the release of the Skeleton Tree album, Cave released a documentary film, One More Time With Feeling, which showed fans how he was dealing with bereavement and the film also featured footage of the band recording the album.
Cave completed the Skeleton Tree tour late last year with two performances in Tel Aviv, Israel, duly criticised by musicians Roger Waters and Brian Eno who saw his presence in Tel Aviv as an affirmation of a state of apartheid concerning Palestine.
"At the end of the day there are two reasons why I am here," Cave declared at a press conference, addressing his decision to perform in Israel. "One is that I love Israel and I love Israeli people and two is to make a principled stand against anyone who wants to censor and silence musicians. So really you could say in a way that the (boycott]) made me play Israel."
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