Described by Cave as “an exercise in connectivity”, the shows had a sell-out run in Australia & New Zealand and explore the intense relationship between Cave and his audience through unfiltered, unscripted and unmoderated Q&As.

“I thought that a direct conversation with the audience might be valuable," says Cave, "and in the recent live shows we have all shown a kind of willingness to open up.”

The tour runs through mid-May to the end of June with a London show on 19 May at The Barbican.

Tour dates are below and tickets go on sale from Thursday 21 February at 9am UK time via

Monday 13 May - Friedrich-Ebert-Halle, Hamburg
Wednesday 15 May -Admiralspalast, Berlin
Thursday 16 May -Tonhalle, Düsseldorf
Sunday 19 May - Oslo Konserthus, Oslo
Tuesday 21 May - DR Koncerthuset, Copenhagen
Friday 24 May - Philharmonie Luxembourg
Sunday 26 May - Het Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
Monday 27 May - TivoliVredenburg - Grote Zaal, Utrecht
Wednesday 29 May - De Roma, Antwerp
Friday 31 May - Cirkus Stockholm, Stockholm
Saturday 15 June - Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
Monday 17 June - Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Wednesday 19 June - The Barbican, London
Thursday 20 June - The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Saturday 22 June - Usher Hall Edinburgh, Edinburgh
Sunday 23 June - Sage One, Sage Gateshead, Gateshead
Tuesday 25 June - Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Wednesday 26 June - Eventim Olympia, Liverpool
Friday 28 June - Brighton Dome Concert Hall, Brighton