Oh my goodness of course a new album!! I totally want to see what they will come up with having Reeves in the band now. I think it's going to be a festival year next year so I think any hope of proper gigs might be out but they might throw a few in here and there.
I think it would be very unlikely to see any new cure album in 2019. The festivals are not just in the summer, the South Africa ones are in March so that won't leave enough time before to do any recording.
However I'm sure there will be the usual cure in the studio spottings before the tour but that will be to rehearse forest/just like heaven/inbetween days/deep green sea/lovesong/plainsong/boys don't cry/close to me/lullaby/pictures/open/Friday/play for today/fas street/walk/disintegration for the tour
Sorry for the spoilers
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I said a new album simply because it would be followed by... a proper tour!
Since I'm not a fan of 4:13, I must admit I'm feeling a little ambivalent / scared about a new album.
At the same time, It can never be the same gives hope of hem being able to record touching material again. So that's what I'd like to see… if not, at least bring the songs on tour.
Kinda agree with both of you. A new album would be great but the last two albums have been pretty patchy really. Having said that, I did vote for a new album. Even 4:13 has got some great songs on it (well ok, one), and it would be great to hear some new music.
I'm glad that they're touring next year and I'm hopeful that we might get some shows in the vein of Summer Cure 2012 which had some really nice surprises. Remasters are ok but not essential in my opinion.