[dropcap]The Twilight Sad[/dropcap] are one of those bands that feel like the soundtrack to some of the most heart wrenching moments of desperation in life—evoking a feeling not unlike what someone would get from listening to The Cure’s Faith. The track ‘It Never Was The Same’ (above), which comes out on June 15th, is a primary example of this.
That being said, it seems only natural that Cure frontman Robert Smith (who is a big fan of the Scottish band) would collaborate on this upcoming release, providing a cover of ‘There’s A Girl In The Corner’ from The Twlight Sad’s album “Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave” for the 7″ vinyls b-side.
‘It Never Was The Same’ will be released June 15th on FatCat Records.
Pre-orders for the limited edition 7″ will open April 13th on the band’s official website.
Hear a preview of Robert’s version of ‘There’s A Girl In The Corner’ below:
THE TWILIGHT SAD TOUR DATES
20 APRIL 2015 LONDON, SCALA
21 APRIL 2015 BRISTOL, THE FLEECE
22 APRIL 2015 LEICESTER, THE COOKIE JAR
23 APRIL 215 YORK, FIBBERS
24 APRIL 2015 WAKEFIELD, THE HOP
25 APRIL 2015 NEWCASTLE, THE CLUNY
27 APRIL 2015 CARDIFF, THE GLOBE
28 APRIL 2015 LIVERPOOL, THE KAZIMIER
3 MAY 2015 BELFAST, VOODOO
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