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Robert Smith (1978–), Lol Tolhurst (1978-1989), Michael Dempsey (1978-1979), Matthieu Hartley (1979-1980), Simon Gallop (1979–1982, 1985–), Andy Anderson (1983-1984), Phil Thornalley (1983-1984), Porl Thompson (1984-1993, 2005-2011), Boris Williams (2984-1994), Roger O'Donnell (1987–1990, 1995–2005, 2011–), Perry Bamonte (1990-2005), Jason Cooper (1995–), Reeves Gabrels (2012–) Promortional CD.
The Cure 'Cut here' out 29th October.
This is the first new material from The Cure since the top ten album 'Bloodflowers' and will be the first commercially released single in four years from the band.
It is one of the two new tracks included on the fourthcoming 19 track 'Greatest hits' album - released 12th November which includes all the classic tracks.
The Cure are an English rock band formed in Crawley in 1976. The band has experienced several line-up changes, with vocalist, guitarist, and principal songwriter Robert Smith being the only constant member. The Cure first began releasing music in the late 1970s with their debut album Three Imaginary Boys (1979); this, along with several early singles, placed the band as part of the post-punk and new wave movements that had sprung up in the wake of the punk rock revolution in the United Kingdom. During the early 1980s, the band's increasingly dark and tormented music (as well as Smith's stage look) was a staple of the emerging style of music known as gothic rock.
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