555284_10151220731251402_1952510911_nNo-one does sombre quite like The Cure and as we all roll into the twilight years the sombre moments pile up.

Two new songs from the band are full of sadness and pathos and beautiful songs which bode well if they ever decide to get round to recording and releasing a new album. Not only is it classic Robert Smith and sits somewhere between Disintegration and Bloodflowers but both songs feature some great bass work from Simon Gallup really running those high neck minor key lass lead lines up.

The current world tour will wind its way to the UK in late November with Manchester and London shows

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