The Cure played a career-spanning set to close Robert Smith’s festival Meltdown, over the weekend. The set saw The Cure play new music as well as deep cuts from their previous records.

28 songs were played, showcasing the best of the bands career. The songs were split into two different sets; with the band essentially playing two songs off each of their albums.

The first set,’From There to Here’, featured one song from each of their 13 studio albums; performed in chronological order. Closing the set was the unreleased song “It Can Never Be The Same”.

The second set, ‘From Here To There’ kicked off with the bands newest song “Step Into The Light” and worked its way backward through their discography.

Check out The Cure performing A Forest below:

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From There to Here
Three Imaginary Boys
At Night
Other Voices
A Strange Day
A Night Like This
Like Cockatoos
Pictures of You
Jupiter Crash
Us or Them
It’s Over
It Can Never Be the Same

From Here to There
Step Into the Light
The Hungry Ghost
The Last Day of Summer
From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea
If Only Tonight We Could Sleep
Shake Dog Shake
One Hundred Years
A Forest
Boys Don’t Cry

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