Kylie Minogue joind Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds onstage at London’s Koko last night (November 3) for a special gig, which was filmed for Cave’s new documentary film – watch fan-filmed footage of it above.
The pop singer joined the band onstage for the first song of the encore, ‘Where The Wild Roses Grow’. The track was originally the lead single from the band’s 1996 album ‘Murder Ballads’, which also featured PJ Harvey and Shane MacGowan.
Kylie Minogue makes a cameo appearance in Cave’s new film 20,000 Days on Earth, which is directed by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard and tells the story of Cave’s 20,000th day on earth. It is scheduled for release in 2014.
Forsyth and Pollard previously worked on the music videos for all the singles from Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds‘ 2008 album ‘Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!’ and will helm the fictionalised account of 24 hours in the frontman’s life. Ray Winstone will make a cameo appearance in the film, which is entirely unscripted and also features unrehearsed scenes.
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds released their 15th studio album, ‘Push The Sky Away’, in February of this year (2013). Their next release will be a live album, the fourth of their career, due next month.
Titled ‘Live from KCRW’, it was recorded at a KCRW radio session at Apogee Studio in Los Angeles and will be released on December 2. The tracklisting is a mix of songs from ‘Push The Sky Away’ and classics from the band’s three-decade recording career.