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.
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Back in March, we brought you a teaser of ‘Take Forever’ by The Japanese Popstars featuring Robert Smith of The Cure on lead vocals — and today, with the single finally released in the U.K., the Northern Ireland dance act has made the track available for all to hear.
Following his smash turn guesting with Crystal Castles last year, Robert Smith of The Cure tries his hand at electronic music again, this time lending his distinctive vocals to Northern Ireland dance act The Japanese Popstars for their track ‘Take Forever.’ Hear a teaser here.
Check out the official music video for Crystal Castles’ re-recording of ‘Not In Love’ featuring The Cure’s Robert Smith on lead vocals.
Erasure this week announced their first U.S. performance of 2011, a slot at the Ultra Music Festival, the wildly popular electronic bash that takes place March 25-27 in Miami.
Billed as its ‘only European show of 2011,’ organizers of the U.K.’s Bestival this morning announced The Cure will headline one of the festival’s four nights next September alongside Crystal Castles, the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson, DJ Shadow and Primal Scream performing its 1991 album ‘Screamadelica.’
Download a free MP3 of ‘Not In Love,’ Crystal Castles’ new version of its cover of ’80s New Wave act Platinum Blonde’s 1984 single, now featuring lead vocals by 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 cut off the band’s second self-titled album that will be released as a single Dec. 6.