How a British rock band became the biggest hit of 2015
By MARK LILHANDELAAR By MARK A. LILHAM / StaffFILE – In this April 23, 2016 file photo, singer and songwriter Nick Cave performs at the Grammys in Los Angeles.
(AP Photo/John Locher, File)Nick Cave has a history of success, having been a popular British rock singer and musician since the 1970s.
But he is hardly known for being a traditional rock star.
The rocker and singer has had a hard time finding a mainstream audience for his work, but his new album, The End, is shaping up to be one of the biggest hits of the year.
The album is a long and ambitious effort that has been praised by critics and fans alike.
It’s one of a handful of records released this year that have topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic, according to Nielsen SoundScan, and it is the first to hit No. 1 in both the U.K. and U.S. The album is currently streaming on Spotify and Amazon.
Cave’s band The End has also released a new song, “Lullaby,” and he’s also recently announced a new tour.
But how does a rock star with a huge following make his music so popular in the U: through social media?
The song “Lillaby” is about a lonely man and his wife, played by singer Kate Moss.
The song was written for Cave in the late 1970s, but it has been a long time coming.
It was written by the British musician Richard Harris, who also wrote a number of other songs, including “The One I Love,” which is one of Cave’s biggest hits.
Cave wrote the song as a tribute to his wife and mother, and he played the piano to cover them.
“She was so amazing,” Cave said in a 2015 interview with The Independent.
“She made me feel like I could go anywhere and not be afraid of anything.
That’s the essence of her, that’s the one thing that makes you want to go.
And it’s not just about her.
She was my mum.”
The song, which is from the film “Lethal Weapon,” was written when he was in his mid-20s and in the middle of a career that took him around the world.
Cave said he decided to write the song when he had a dream about living a life free from fear.
“I woke up one morning in the midst of a nightmare, and I thought I should write a song to show how much freedom I could have,” Cave told Rolling Stone.
“I wrote it in the bedroom and in my head and it just grew out of control.
And then I wrote the words, and then I heard it in a pub and I said, ‘Oh my God, that song sounds so good!’
I think I just said that because I was in a bad dream, and there’s a moment in a dream when you just feel like you’re living your life.
And I think it just got really big.”
The band’s hit single “I Wanna Be Yours” is one the most-watched songs of the past few years, and the song was recorded in 1998 by producer Chris Isaak, who had worked with Cave before.
“You know, I always loved ‘Lillabies,’ and it’s been a constant in my life since I was a kid,” Cave once told The Independent of the song.
“And so when I started writing this song, I just kind of fell in love with it.
It just got bigger and bigger.”
The album cover is also the work of Chris Isaac, who has worked with other rock icons like Madonna and U2, and also produced albums by artists such as Taylor Swift and Britney Spears.
It features Cave and Moss in front of a sunset in the Sahara desert, and Cave said the photo was inspired by a photo of him and his son, who was born in 2005.
“He’s just like, ‘Dad, you’re such a nice man.
I love you more than life,'” Cave said.
“But it’s just that, you know, he’s got a small thing that he wants to have.
And he just wants to be left alone.”
Cave said the song came from his wife’s dreams about living in a desert and how the two of them wanted to make a song for their son.
“It was always about, ‘You know what?
I’m going to get in this band and I’m gonna make a record for him.
I’m not going to be scared of anything,'” he said.”
So it was a big, big dream for me to make music for my son and for my daughter to make her own records.”
The new album has sold nearly 2 million copies and is available on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon and other digital platforms.
Cave also recently made the rounds on Twitter, where he has retweeted a number to fans who have expressed their admiration for his new record.”This