"Idiot Prayer: Nick Cave Alone At Alexandra Palace" wird am 23. Juli als Live-Stream veröffentlicht.

"Idiot Prayer: Nick Cave Alone At Alexandra Palace" wird am 23. Juli als Live-Stream veröffentlicht. © Joel Ryan

Nick Cave kündigt den Konzertfilm "Idiot Prayer – Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace" an. Der Film wird als globales Streaming Event am 23. Juli 2020 veröffentlicht.

Nick Cave sitzt am Klavier, seine außergewöhnliche Stimme ertönt im Alexandra Palace in London. Dieses Setting bietet der Konzertfilm "Idiot Prayer – Nick Cave alone at Alexandra Palace". Veröfentlicht wird der Film am 23. Juli als kostenpflichtiger Live-Stream.

Die einzigartige Aufführung von Nick Cave wird es Fans weltweit ermöglichen, bekannte und neue Songs des Künstlers zu hören. Dabei werden sowohl Songs aus allen Phasen seiner Karriere zu hören sein.

Einmaliges Erlebnis?

Die Live-Performance wurde von dem preisgekrönten Kameramann Robbie Ryan gefilmt, der aus "The Favourite", "Marriage Story" und "American Honey" bekannt ist. Als Location dient die beeindruckende West Hall des Alexandra Palace. Editiert wurde der Film von Nick Emerson.

Nach dem Live-Stream wird der Film nicht mehr zur Verfügung stehen. Während der Veranstaltung kann der Film auch nicht pausiert, vor- oder zurückgespult werden. 

Tickets für den Live-Stream

Tickets, um den Film online zu streamen sind ab sofort weltweit hier erhältlich. Tickets können für folgende Events erworben werden:

Australien & Asien: 8pm AEST (12 Uhr Mitteleuropäischer Zeit)
UK & Europa: 8pm BST / 9pm CEST (21 Uhr Mitteleuropäischer Zeit)
Nord & Süd America: 7pm PDT / 10pm EDT (4 Uhr Mitteleuropäischer Zeit)

Persönliche Nachricht von Nick Cave

Nick Cave äußert sich zum Konzert wie folgt: "Idiot Prayer" evolved from my 'Conversations With…' events, performed over the last year or so. I loved playing deconstructed versions of my songs at these shows, distilling them to their essential forms—with an emphasis on the delivery of the words. I felt I was rediscovering the songs all over again, and started to think about going into a studio and recording these reimagined versions at some stage—whenever I could find the time.

Then, of course, the world went into lockdown. The Bad Seeds’ global 2020 tour was postponed. Studios shut down. Venues shut down. And the world fell into an eerie, self-reflective silence.

It was within this silence that I began to think about the idea of not only recording the songs, but also filming them - and so we started to assemble a small team, including the great cinematographer, Robbie Ryan, sound man, Dom Monks, and editor, Nick Emerson, with the intention to film as soon as it became feasible to get back to business in some way.

Meanwhile, I sat at home working out how to play more songs in the 'Conversations' format—new songs and songs from the "Ghosteen" album, Grinderman songs and early Bad Seeds stuff, and everything in between.

We worked with the team at Alexandra Palace – a venue I have played and love – on securing a date to film just as soon as they were allowed to re-open the building to us. We had an amazing production team and crew, and what they did within this extraordinary situation was a marvel. Surrounded by Covid officers with tape measures and thermometers, masked-up gaffers and camera operators, nervous looking technicians and buckets of hand gel, together we created something very strange and very beautiful that spoke into this uncertain moment, but was in no way bowed by it.

"Idiot Praye" serves as the final film in a trilogy— along with "20,000 Days on Earth" and "One More Time with Feeling"—and is its luminous and heartfelt climax. "Idiot Prayer" is a prayer into the void—alone at Alexander Palace. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it."

Hier ist der Trailer des Konzertfilms:

Alles zu den Themen:

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