“Sadness,” Nick responds to how the sudden death of his son | what’s up people

Madrid, April 14 (EFE). Nick Keif announced today the release of a single entitled “Sadness” (“Duel”, in Spanish), the result of his collaboration with fellow musician Warren Ellis, which is particularly curious because she was. She was born from a response to a follower of the pain over the death of her son.

It was released by surprise as a 7-inch single (not currently available in digital format), containing the tracks “Letter To Cynthia” and “Song For Cynthia” and originating in a message posted on the website The Red Hand Files, in Served by the Seed Leader The bad is his fans.

One follower wrote in October 2018, before asking: “I have experienced the death of my father, sister and first love in recent years and I feel that I can communicate with them, especially through dreams.” Does Suzy feel that your son Arthur is communicating with you somehow? “

Thus he alluded to the death of Kave’s son in July 2015, at the age of only 15, after falling from a cliff in Brighton (UK), where the family resided. As determined by the investigation later, he would have used LSD prior to the accident.

“My response (to that letter) was the first time I was able to express my contradictory feelings of sadness. Messages like Cynthia’s speech helped me get back into this world,” said the musician.

According to the information posted on his Instagram profile, in “Letter To Cynthia”, Cave handled the lyrics, while Warren Ellis composed and composed the music. In the second theme, they both appear as interpreters and co-authors.

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“Sadness” appears a month and a half after the surprise release of “Carnage”, their first album as an artistic duo, although their professional and personal relationship has been forged over the years as members of The Bad Seeds and also for their cooperation on other projects, such as the soundtrack. Or the imminent new album by Marianne Faithful.

Terry Alexander

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