Single News — October 25, 2010 at 10:32 am

Audio: The Cure’s Robert Smith lends vocals to new ‘Not In Love’ single by Crystal Castles

The Cure's Robert Smith

Much-buzzed digi-punk duo Crystal Castles has tapped Robert Smith of The Cure to sing new vocals on “Not In Love” — a cover of New Wave act Platinum Blonde’s 1984 single — off of the band’s second self-titled album, to be released as a single Dec. 6 on Fiction Records (via NME). The Crystal Castles single — which you can now hear below — is just the latest non-Cure project this year for Smith, who already has contributed a rare solo song to the soundtrack of Tim Burton’s film “Alice in Wonderland,” lent vocals to 65daysofstatic’s “Come to Me” and recorded a cover of British singer-songwriter and guitarist John Martyn’s “Small Hours” for a yet-to-be-released tribute album.

Hear Crystal Castles ‘Not In Love’ with Robert Smith after the jump…



  1. he also recorded a duet last year with a french-canadian singer called Anik Jean. It’s not very good.

  2. Very good to see Robert Smith lending his talents outside of The Cure. :)