“I loved playing loose versions of my songs on these shows, and distilling them into their basic forms,” Cave said of his Q&A performances.
“I felt I was re-discovering the songs all over again, and I started thinking about going into the studio and recording these reimagined versions at some point – the more I could find the time.
“Then, the epidemic came – the world entered a state of lockdown, fell into a frightening silence, contemplating my self. And in that silence I began to think about the idea of not only recording songs, but also filming them.”
Cave’s band, The Bad Seeds, was set to spend most of 2020 touring the world after releasing their latest album Justin.
Instead, Cave turned his attention to Alexandra Palace’s performance and what he called “something very strange and very beautiful happening at this turbulent time,” after he had completed filming.
Prayers goof It takes its name from a song on the 1997 album Cave Boat call, One of the many albums the 62-year-old has adopted for this solo performance.
Talk to Ryan Age And Sydney Morning Herald Before that Prayers goof Online in July, he said all precautions were taken for distances during filming, including masks, tape measures and hand sanitizer.
Ryan V. Cinematography Favorite He was nominated for an Academy Award in 2019, and while he was aware of Kave’s music, he had never seen him perform.
He said, “Nick is a gentleman and that makes a big difference. He’s also someone who is really in direct line, so I had a lot of fun working with him.”
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