Nick Cave’s “Idiot Prayer” is going to be released as a live album and a film

by Marta de Assis

Back in July, Nick Cave gave a solo show at the Alexandra Palace, in London. Due to the corona restrictions, the show was livestreamed. However, as a normal concert, tickets had to be purchased beforehand.

For those who didn’t have the opportunity to watch the concert back in July, you will now be able to see the film in the cinema. The cinematic version of Idiot Prayer – Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace will be released worldwide, from November 5th.

On November 20th a double album with a total of 22 tracks will be issued. The live set will be available on vinyl, CD and streaming services worldwide.

The set-list includes songs from the early Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds work and songs from the most recent album, Ghosteen.

Cave’s set was filmed by the cinematographer Robbie Ryan, edited by Nick Emerson, and the audio was recorded by Dom Monks.

You can pre-order the album at Nick Cave’s official website and the movie tickets are already on sale.