Nick Kane and Warren Ellis added two more shows to the upcoming fall tour.
Recently, the couple announced the details of their trip to the UK by the end of this year, marking the first time they toured as a duo. They will be joined by musician Johnny Hastiley and singer-songwriters Wendy Rose, T Jae Cole and Janet Ramus.
Now Cave Ellis has added two additional shows in Scotland: first on September 19 at the Aberdeen Music Hall, then on October 4 at the Royal Glasgow Theater.
Concert tickets go on sale Aug. 25 at 10 p.m. Here. Below you can see a completely updated list of dates.
02 – Lamp, Pool
04 – Fairfield Halls, Croydon
05 – Waterside Theater, Aylesbury
07 – Regent Theater, Stock
08 – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
10 – Opera House, Blackpool
12 – Regent Theater, Ipswich
14 – New Theater, Oxford
15 – St. George’s Hall, Bradford
17 – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
19 – Music Hall, Aberdeen – new date *
20 – Playhouse, Edinburgh
23 – City Hall, Sheffield
24 – Sage, Gateshead
26 – St. David’s Hall, Cardiff
27 – Philharmonic, Liverpool
29 – Globus, Stockton
01 – De Montford Hall, Lester
02 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
04 – Royal Royal, Glasgow – new date *
06 – Royal Albert Hall, London
07 – Royal Albert Hall, London
09 – Kings Theater, Portsmouth
10 – dome, Brayton
Kane and Ellis previously worked on the 2016 documentary with director and screenwriter Once again with emotion, after the death of his son Arthur, the inscription “Skeleton Tree” of the Cave was written.
Speaking of working with Ellis, Kave said Guardian“Working with Warren is a great honor for me. In any case, he wants the best for me, and I want the best for him. We’ve basically developed a work style where we give up managing music together.
“We spend a lot of hours together improvising music together, sitting and playing conscientiously and not gaining a lot of partnership politics and power. We’ve allowed the songs to find themselves.”
In a five-star review of the duo’s “Carnage” album, he said“Carnage is undoubtedly Cave and Ellis’ best record since being found on the second day of The Bad Seeds. 2013 “Put the Sky aside“or even an ‘abattoir of the Blues.’