Started by dsanchez, March 11, 2023, 20:29:11
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QuoteIn some ways, the show was quite similar to the Cure's previous show at the X in 2016, which was the group's first Minnesota show in 20 years. ...The big difference, though, was the airing of a handful of new songs from the band's impending new album "Songs of a Lost World," which doesn't have a release date. (Smith has been talking about it since early 2019.) Although the Cure did open the first encore in 2016 with "I Can Never Say Goodbye," the other new ones were likely familiar only to fans who hit YouTube for tour footage.Of the new ones, "And Nothing Is Forever" was the most promising. It's a slow and grandiose ballad that wouldn't have sounded out of place on 1989's "Disintegration," the biggest-selling album in the band's catalog. They closed the main set with another new one called "Endsong." (I know, it's tough to believe the Cure didn't already have a song called "Endsong.")