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Jubilee Street (song)

 

Jubilee Street (song)

"Jubilee Street"
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Single by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
from the album Push the Sky Away
Released 15 January 2013 (2013-01-15)
Format Digital download
Recorded December 2011 (2011-12)–August 2012 (2012-08) at La Fabrique in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France
Genre Alternative rock
Length 6:35
Label Bad Seed Ltd.
Writer(s) Nick Cave, Warren Ellis
Producer(s) Nick Launay
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds singles chronology
"We No Who U R"
(2012)
"Jubilee Street"
(2013)
"Mermaids"
(2013)

"Jubilee Street" is a song by the Australian alternative rock band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. It is the fourth track and second single from the band's fifteenth studio album, Push the Sky Away, and was released on 15 January 2013 on Bad Seed Ltd.

An accompanying music video produced by Nick Launay, directed by John Hillcoat and featuring an appearance by Ray Winstone, was released on February 4, 2013.[1]

Track listing

Digital download
  1. "Jubilee Street" (Cave, Ellis) – 6:35

Chart positions

Chart (2012) Peak
position
Belgian Singles Chart (Vl))[2] 68

References

  1. ^ Zanotti, Marc (5 February 2013). "Watch: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Jubilee Street – Music News, Reviews, Interviews and Culture".  
  2. ^ "Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Jubilee Street".  
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