The attraction was probably there at a brief earlier meeting: “he was the fridge and I was the magnet.” The couple stayed together but that has not resolved her insecurity issues.
The backdrop is a Tracey Emin-ish sheet with names of Brown’s ex-lovers stitched onto it.
They changed their name to the Birthday Party and relocated to London in 1980.
Disillusioned by life in England, the band's sound and live shows became increasingly violent, and they garnered a reputation as one of darkest and most challenging groups of the 1980s.
After the break up of the Birthday Party, Cave formed Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds in 1983, releasing its debut album the following year.
Much of the band's early material was set in a mythic American Deep South, drawing on spirituals and Delta blues, while Cave's preoccupation with Old Testament notions of good versus evil culminated in what has been called his signature song, "The Mercy Seat" (1988).
She rattles through her monologue at a whirlwind pace, punctuating confessions with a demented cackle.
There is clearly plenty of truth, but if this show was absolutely honest the hour on stage would be the only time she is not busy taking selfies, texting or Instagramming.
This is razor-sharp writing, magnetically performed - I couldn’t tear my eyes away from it.Countless comedians discuss their anxieties on stage, but if oversharing was an Olympic event Jessie Cave would be a multiple gold medallist.In I Loved Her, this hip, oddball anecdotalist finds deliciously awkward humour in her obsessive behaviour.For this they are credited as a major influence on gothic rock.The band, having released three albums and two EPs, fell apart after moving to West Berlin in 1983.