Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds / Distant Sky: Live in Copenhagen vinyl EP

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are issuing a Distant Sky: Live in Copenhagen, a special 12-inch vinyl EP featuring audio from their Copenhagen Royal Arena show from last year.

The show was filmed in October 2017 and shown as a ‘one-night-only’ event in cinemas around the world in April 2018.

The 12-inch vinyl features four songs, and includes a performance of Distant Sky (from 2016’s Skeleton Tree) where the band were joined by Danish soprano Else Torp.

This vinyl record comes in a satin-finished sleeve and a printed inner. It will be released on 28 September 2018.

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Distant Sky (Live In Copenhagen) - 12" EP [VINYL]


1. Jubilee Street
2. Distant Sky
3. From Her To Eternity
4. The Mercy Seat

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When the hell is coming the Blu ray??


blu-ray please. don’t care about a f***ing vinyl with 4 tracks only


Why no full concert, seems pointless just four tracks

Matthew Hudson

I love Nick Cave and saw him live during that tour but £15 is too pricey for 4 tracks

Phil H.

Is that the worst Photoshop job ever?


I love Nick Cave but I have enough versions of Mercy Seat and From Her To Eternity, thanks.


The live version of Jubilee Street is a revelation, giving the song an entirely new life. It’s not worth buying this just for that, though.


This definitely needs cd bvd blu ray release for the full show.I wonder why there waiting


That cover photo is brilliant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hope he releases the show on bluray+CD.

Kevin Galliford

Here here!!!!!!

elliott buckingham

I don’t have a man-bun I do have facial hair however only because im to lazy to shave and cant afford the razors due to the ridiculous price of a 12″ single

Matthew Langhorn

That’s actually a very good point, I was in the loft over weekend and found my 12” of the Pet Shop Boys Being Boring.
It was still stickered and cost me £2.99!
(Also is CD becoming the new vinyl?)


Paul didn’t mention it but there will be a digital release too. I guess that’s why there’s no cd release. Totally understandeable. I don’t think there’s a market for cd-singles nowadays. That’s why it’s only 12inch and digital.

CJ Feeney

A cd single in some kind of deluxe packaging could still be much cheaper than a vinyl 12″ and appeal to CD fans who want to hold the music in their hands.

Kevin Galliford

CD version please!!!Us CD buyers need looking after too.


As I do not have a man-bun, nor ironic facial hair, I do not buy vinyl. I want this on CD, damnit!!!

Charles K

Keep on with the ill informed stereotypes, you’re really on a roll!