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An intense slab of religiosity: Nick Cave's Seven Psalms reviewed

16 July 2022

9:00 AM

16 July 2022

9:00 AM

 Grade: B

There has always been a seriousness and intelligence about Nick Cave quite at odds with that which usually attends to the rancid, tottering, old tart that is rock music, so there should be no surprise that he’s left it completely behind. This is a collection of seven spoken word prayers to that entity with which the Australian has had a long and not always straightforward relationship, God.

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