Nick Cave explains his attendance at King Charles III’s coronation

Nick Cave attended by Coronation of King Carlos III. Having been part of this historical moment, he published a letter in Red Hand Files About what prompted him to participate in this event.

In the text he published he did not want to miss what will be Unique offerin addition to feeling a An inexplicable emotional bond with royalty.

I’m not a royalist, and I’m not a realist, and I’m not an ardent Republican for that matter; What I am also not so startlingly indifferent to the world and the way it works, so ideologically snappy, moody, that I decline an invitation to what is likely to be The most important historical event in Great Britain in our time. Not just the most important, but the weirdest, weirdest,” the post reads.

Nick Cave’s text came after some of his fans asked him about his reasons for attending the big event, citing the band members’ strangeness. Royal family.

Australian singer Nick Cave at the coronation of King Charles III. Photo: Gareth Cattermole/POOL/AFP

“I guess what I’m trying to say is that it transcends endless discussions however Necessary to cancel ownershipAnd I have an inexplicable romantic relationship with members of the royal family: its strangeness, the extremely strange nature of everything which perfectly reflects the singular strangeness of Great Britain itself, ”comments an interpreter or children.

Nick Cave stressed his taste for this kind of unusual thing, which prompted him to be among those present at the party that was held in Westminster Abbey..

I’m just drawn to this kind of thing: bizarre, mysterious, astoundingly astounding, astounding,” Cave highlights in the last part of the text.

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