Earl Cave attends The Sweet East afterparty at Cannes Film Festival

Earl Cave looks edgy in a disheveled shirt and tie at the afterparty for his movie The Sweet East during the 76th Cannes Film Festival

Earl Cave attended the afterparty for his movie The Sweet East, on Thursday.

The actor, 22, looked edgy in a disheveled shirt and tie while having fun at The Vertigo during the 76th Cannes Film Festival, in France.

Earl – who is the son of Australian singer Nick, best known as the frontman of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – roughed up his simple black trouser suit.

The thespian wore his white shirt unbuttoned at the collar, while his tie was pulled down as he puffed on a cigarette.

Earl was joined at the bash my co-stars and pals inlcuding Florence and the Machine founding member Isabella Summers, 42, 

Party time: Earl Cave, 22, attended the afterparty for his movie The Sweet East, on Thursday, during the 76th Cannes Film Festival, in France

Edgy The actor looked edgy in a disheveled shirt and tie while puffing on a cigarette

Isabella Summers

The Sweet East has been billed as a picaresque journey through the cities and woods of the Eastern seaboard of the U.S.

It follows Lillian, a high school senior from South Carolina as she gets her first glimpse of the wider world on a class trip to Washington, D.C. 

Earl’s personal life was hit by tragedy when his twin brother Arthur tragically died aged 15 after falling to his death from a cliff in Brighton in 2015.

He was, described by his family as a ‘beautiful, happy, loving boy’, had been taking the hallucinogenic drug LSD, an inquest later heard.

In the wake of Arthur’s death, Cave and his wife, Susie, relocated from Brighton to Los Angeles before returning to England.

Last year, the rocker was asked on fan Q&A site Red Hand Files why he had decided to move away from Brighton.

In response, the star spoke of his Bad Seeds track Heart That Kills You, which he said was ‘clearly written’ while he was grieving for Arthur.

Fun with friends: Keeping it cool, Earl posed for photos with a pal

Sweet: The young actor shared a hug with Isabella

Good times: Earl cracked a smile while his friend joked about

Artsy: The duo played around to create artistic snaps

‘The words of the song go someway toward articulating why Susie [his wife] and I moved from Brighton to L.A.,’ Cave explained. ‘Brighton had just become too sad.

‘We did, however, return once we realised that, regardless of where we lived, we just took our sadness with us.

‘These days, though, we spend much of our time in London, in a tiny, secret, pink house, where we are mostly happy.’ 

Earl is an actor and has starred in The End of the F***ing World, television series Alex Rider and The School for Good and Evil.


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