Listen to two new Nick Cave and Warren Ellis songs

'Saying Goodbye' and 'Waking Up' will feature on the soundtrack for Halle Berry's new film, 'Kings'

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis have shared two new songs that are set to feature on the soundtrack of Halle Berry’s new movie, Kings.

The Bad Seeds bandmates have worked on several scores and soundtracks together in the past, most recently composing the score for the movie Wind River, which was released last year.

The pair, who have written the entire soundtrack for Kings, have shared two first tastes of it in ‘Saying Goodbye’ and ‘Waking Up’. The atmospheric cuts will be released as part of a 16-track album on April 27, via Milan Records.

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – “Saying Goodbye” (from KINGS OST) by Milan Records

Milan Records is an independent label that has been operating for 30 + years. Specialized in soundtracks to film and TV, Milan Records has released classics soundtracks such as Ghost, Brazil, City of

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – “Waking Up” (from KINGS OST) by Milan Records

Milan Records is an independent label that has been operating for 30 + years. Specialized in soundtracks to film and TV, Milan Records has released classics soundtracks such as Ghost, Brazil, City of

The tracklist for the Kings OST is as follows:

‘Latasha Harlins’
‘CCTV Montage’

‘Bake’
‘Saying Goodbye’
‘School Argument’
‘Waking Up’
‘Leave The Gun’
‘Police Cars’
‘Where Are The Boys?’
‘Erotic Dream’
‘Arrested’
‘Red Ford’
‘Death Of William’
‘Lamp Post’
‘Kings’
‘Earthquake’

Kings will star Halle Berry and Daniel Craig, and is set for release in the US on April 27. No UK release date has been confirmed at present. According to IMDB, the plot line follows a foster family in south central LA in the weeks before the city was engulfed in riots following the verdict of the Rodney King trial.

Meanwhile, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds are to release a new concert film in cinemas world-wide for one night only. Distant Sky captures the band’s performance in Copenhagen last year in what was their first show back after the death of the frontman’s son in 2015. Details on screenings can be found here.

Cave will also embark on a short Q&A tour in April and May. In a press release, he said that, while he wasn’t sure what would happen at the events, he has “always loved the Q&A format – not the formal onstage interviews that precede them, but the questions from the audience afterwards.”