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Weekend Reads Nick Cave tells of the most difficult time of his life

19:05  17 september  2021
19:05  17 september  2021 Source:   rollingstone.de

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"Faith, Hope and Carnage" by Nick Cave originated from an interview recording of a total of 40 hours.

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"Faith, Hope and Carnage" by Nick Cave originated from an interview recording of a total of 40 hours.

In the fall of 2022, a new autobiographic book from Nick Cave will appear. "Faith, Hope and Carnage" emerged in a long-term conversation of the Bad-Seeds singer with the British journalist Sean O'Hagan.

at the center of the factory, which lit the last six years in the life of Caves, is the examination of the musician with the death of his son Arthur , which came in July 2015 at the age of 15 in an accident.

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Homage to the Silence

"Faith, Hope and Carnage promises a thoughtful book about Caves's inner life, or as it is in a message of the publisher:" A meditation about big ideas such as faith, art, music, grief and much more ".

The project was created - as well as Caves last published albums "Idiot Prayer: Live A Alexandra Palace" and "Carnage" (with colleague and Intimus Warren Ellis) - through the global lockdown due to the Corona pandemic. A "homage to the silence", as Cave emphasizes in the message.

The 63-year-old continues:

"This is the first interview I have given for years. It is over 40 hours. That should be enough for the first, I think. Cave calls the conclusion of the book in Corona times a "strange, poignant pleasure".

Journalist O'Hagan adds that "Faith, Hope and Carnage" is a book with often "surprising talks", in which Cave "honestly talks about his life, his music and the dramatic change of both by a personal tragedy" .

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