Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Ghosteen
Oct 4, 2019 (updated Oct 6, 2019)
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Never in my life have i seen such a thematic contrast between two consecutive albums by an artist. Ghosteen is, for lack of better words, the hopeful counterpart to 2016s “Skeleton Tree” all the sorrow and sadness has been replaced with hope and a respectful appreciation for the human experience and the world around us. I was not expecting new NCATBS album so soon, if I was even expecting one at all.

This album and lush and gorgeously crafted from beginning to end. The since of importance that is built by the atmosphere had me clinging onto every single one of Nick’s words as if they were the key to finding happiness and inner peace in my own life. This is without a doubt my AOTY so far, and for good reason. This is perhaps one of the best albums I have ever listened to and has the potential to be one of my all time favorites along with its counterpart “Skeleton Tree”
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