Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are celebrating 25 years with a new album.
The album features the first songs written for Caveman, including “The Last One” and “Fatal” from the 1994 album.
This new album will also include a feature film based on the book Caveman.
It was announced earlier this year.
The new album is titled Nick Cave: My Life As a Caveman and it was released on February 16.
The Cavemans original debut, 1995’s My Generation, was a commercial smash, grossing over $2.7 million at the box office.
Caveman later released another self-titled album that also featured the hit singles “I Don’t Care,” “What I Want,” “The Caveman,” and “Wabasha Street.”
Caveman also has a Grammy Award-winning album from the year before.
The first track, “Wish You Were Here,” has been covered by many musicians, including Jay Z, Rihanna, and Lady Gaga.
Cavemans next album, titled The Last One, is slated to be released in 2017.
Cavemen debut album, 1997’s My Life as a Cave, was released by Columbia Records in the United States.
It has been praised for its lush, lush arrangements and strong performances.