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2013
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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Announce Summer 2014 Tour

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Photo: Joseph Llanes

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds had such a good time on their sold-out tour in early 2013, they will be returning to the road for a North American tour in the summer of 2014.

On November 14th, Nick Cave partnered with the Association of Alternative Newspapers (AAN) for a special invitation-only web press conference. During this conference, journalists from AAN-member publications were able to ask Nick questions about Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds' upcoming tour, current & past albums and a variety of other subjects. Today, readers of AAN-member publications will receive priority access to a special ticket 24 hour pre-sale on November 19 for the newly announced 2014 dates. Along with the pre-sale, readers are also able to download "The Mercy Seat" and "Mermaids" from the forthcoming Live From KCRW album from altweeklies.com and http://sfweekly.com.

For info on fan ticket sales and the new live album, click here.

A special Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds fan 24 hour ticket pre-sale including VIP packages will begin at 10am on November 20 via nickcave.com

General on-sale will start on November 22 at 10am via http://axs.com-DocFB

Diagnosis: This tour announcement precedes the release of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds' Live From KCRW (Bad Seed Ltd). The fourth official live album in the band's catalog will feature stripped-down songs from the band's most recent studio album, Push the Sky Away, as well as other tracks from their discography. Live From KCRW will be available November 29th in both CD and double vinyl formats exclusively at Record Store Day stores. The vinyl edition will include bonus tracks "Into My Arms" and "God Is In The House." A full list of Record Store Day distributors can be found at www.recordstoreday.com/VenuesLive From KCRW will see wide release digitally on December 3. The album will also be available as a digital deluxe bundle withPush the Sky Away.

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