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The Cure’s new album “Songs of a Lost World” could be out by September

The Cure’s new album “Songs of a Lost World” could be out by September

Robert Smith this week announced that the first of two new albums from The Cure could be out as soon as September, ahead of the band’s European tour.

Robert Smith says “MY DESIRE TO RELEASE A NEW ALBUM IS OVERWHELMING!”

Robert Smith says “MY DESIRE TO RELEASE A NEW ALBUM IS OVERWHELMING!”

If Robert Smith is to be believed, The Cure will deliver its long-awaited new studio album sometime before October, when the band is scheduled to embark on a European tour.

The Cure unveils 44-date European tour in 2022, but don’t expect U.S. dates before 2023

The Cure unveils 44-date European tour in 2022, but don’t expect U.S. dates before 2023

The Cure today announced a 44-date European arena tour for late 2022 that will take Robert Smith and Co. to 19 counties, the band’s first non-festival tour in six years.

Listen: The Cure’s Robert Smith sings on new Chvrches single ‘How Not to Drown’

Listen: The Cure’s Robert Smith sings on new Chvrches single ‘How Not to Drown’

The Cure’s Robert Smith has followed up his 2020 guest turn with Gorillaz with a new collaboration, this time duetting with frontwoman Lauren Mayberry on Chvrches’ new single “How Not to Drown” off the band’s just-announced new album Screen Violence. Listen to the new song right here.

The Cure to put on festival in U.S. this year, likely won’t play ‘Disintegration’ after Sydney

The Cure to put on festival in U.S. this year, likely won’t play ‘Disintegration’ after Sydney

Despite laying down hints that American audiences would see The Cure play Disintegration in full later this year, Robert Smith made it clear in a radio interview Friday that it’s unlikely that’ll happen — and the band isn’t planning to mount a tour of the U.S. before 2020. Instead, the band’s planning a festival in L.A.

Robert Smith confirms The Cure are recording their first new album in 11 years

Robert Smith confirms The Cure are recording their first new album in 11 years

Robert Smith confirmed in a South African radio interview broadcast Tuesday that The Cure are recording their first new studio album in more than a decade, and told the host that he’s still making new music after all these years “for the right reasons.” Full details right here, and listen to the interview.

Video: The Cure digs out ‘2 Late,’ ‘Harold and Joe’ for massive 45-song London set

Video: The Cure digs out ‘2 Late,’ ‘Harold and Joe’ for massive 45-song London set

The Cure played their first of two shows Friday night at London’s legendary Royal Albert Hall as part of the annual Teenage Cancer Trust concert series, treating fans to a marathon 45-song set that featured some true surprises, including the live debut of Disintegration-era B-side “2 Late.”

The Cure’s Porl Thompson auctioning guitars, album artwork, leather corsets and more

The Cure’s Porl Thompson auctioning guitars, album artwork, leather corsets and more

Taking a page from Depeche Mode’s Alan Wilder, guitarist Porl Thompson this month will auction off dozens of personal items spanning his tenure(s) in The Cure, including a guitar played on ‘Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me’ and ‘Wish,’ album artwork proofs and clothing ranging from a ‘black net catsuit’ to leather corsets.

The Cure at Bestival: Roger O’Donnell rejoins band for 32-song set (photo, video, setlist)

The Cure at Bestival: Roger O’Donnell rejoins band for 32-song set (photo, video, setlist)

The Cure headlined the U.K.’s Bestival tonight, delivering a 32-song set filled with hits and a few lesser-aired tracks — including the first performance of ‘The Caterpillar’ in 20 years — with a lineup that included the return of keyboardist Roger O’Donnell, who says he’s back in the band for the third time.

The Cure’s Robert Smith vows to complete second half of ‘4.13 Dream’ album

The Cure’s Robert Smith vows to complete second half of ‘4.13 Dream’ album

Although he’s become an in-demand guest vocalist, Robert Smith says in a new interview that he’s refocusing on The Cure and vows he won’t do another collaboration until he completes the long-promised second half of 2008′s ‘4.13 Dream’ — the so-called ‘Dark Album’ that he once suggested could land in spring 2009.

The Cure in the studio; Simon Gallup’s son says, ‘Great to hear them playing again’

The Cure in the studio; Simon Gallup’s son says, ‘Great to hear them playing again’

Further evidence that Robert Smith may be revving up for an active 2011: The son of bassist Simon Gallup posted on Facebook that he was in the studio with The Cure last week, news that lit up fan sites and forums over the weekend.