Wednesday 23 January 2013, 10:28 | By

Nick Cave to collaborate with Kobalt on new album release

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Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds

Kobalt Label Services, the sister company to the Kobalt music publishing business which launched this time last year, has announced a new partnership with Nick Cave. The company will work with the singer and his management at ATC on the release of the previously reported new Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album ‘Push The Sky Away’.

KLS will provide “a full spectrum” of label services, including global digital and physical distribution, marketing, promotion, sync, data analytics and royalty tracking. KLS MD Paul Hitchman told CMU: “We are extremely proud to count Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds as a key client for KLS. The new album is highly anticipated and the response from our extensive network of distribution partners worldwide has been phenomenal. We look forward to unveiling a wide range of promotional activity in support of the release this year”.

Cave’s manager Brian Message added: “The ‘Push The Sky Away’ album campaign represents the start of a new, exciting and inspiring chapter for Nick, both creatively and in business. The skills and expertise KLS has to offer across the globe, especially in the digital space, gives us a service provider that best fits our expanding requirements”.

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