Tuesday, December 13, 2016

The Twilight Sad's photo diary from the tour

From NME:

Take a peak behind the scenes of the one finest live events of 2016

Having pulled off one of the marathon live shows of the year, The Cure‘s world tour has come to an end. Now The Twilight Sad, who were handpicked by the band to support them at each and every show, have shared a photo diary of their life of the road with the band.

“I asked The Twilight Sad to join us on The Cure Tour 2016 because they are the best band playing the best songs – consistently brilliant, emotional, intense, inspiring, entertaining,” said frontman Robert Smith  – who also covered their track ‘There’s A Girl In The Corner’. “They have added immeasurably to this year’s live experience – for fans, crew and Cure band alike… and it turns out they are the best people too! I can’t thank them enough.”

See the photos at NME.


  1. I heart whoever is in charge of their Instagram. They have some really beautiful stuff on there.

  2. Robert is so on the ball with liking and promoting TTS. Can't stop listening to them. They are for me everything that the Cure were from Seventeen seconds to pornography. After a long hard slog I hope they achieve the audience their music so deserves. Hope to see much much more of them. Every bit as much as I hope for something new from the cure.

  3. The Twilight Sad are evocative,intense,and thoroughly enjoyable. Watching them time and place slipped away and we just existed in that moment. One of the few opening bands I've seen that were just as good as the headliner.