The Cure is ready to take fans “From There to Here” and “From Here to There.”
All fans have to do is push play on the legendary modern rock act’s concert film “Curaetion-25: From There to Here, From Here to There,” which is currently streaming online for the first time ever.
The 28-song, 135-minute concert film is available on Amazon Prime, iTunes and as part of the Coda Collection subscription streaming service.
“Curaetion-25: From There to Here, From Here to There” was recorded on the final night of the 2018 Meltdown Festival in London — which was curated that year by the Cure’s own Robert Smith — and featured the band performing music from each of its 13 studio albums.
The Cure started out performing the songs chronologically, from 1979 to 2018, and then went backwards, performing tunes from 2018 to 1979, to form two symmetrical sets.
The set list included such favorites as “Lovesong,” “Just Like Heaven,” “High,” “The End of the World” and “The Hungry Ghost.”
“This Meltdown performance is memorable for many reasons,” says Smith. “The format we chose gave the band a unique opportunity to illuminate and celebrate the kaleidoscopic musical trip we are all on, in a very special venue in a very special year.”
It is free to stream for Coda Collection subscribers, www.codacollection.co, and also available to rent or buy on Amazon Prime ($4.99-$12.99) and iTunes ($3.99-$12.99).