English band The Cure was formed in 1976 as The Easy Cure. From 1978 onwards, the group was renamed The Cure, which during the 1980s became one of the most popular bands to emerge in the post-punk and new wave movements.
Associated with the gothic style, alongside Siouxsie & the Banshees, the group wrote dark-sounding songs and some extremely pop. In its trajectory, the band had several changes in its formation, but always led by Robert Smith.
The Cure has built an extensive discography over its extensive career, spawning several hits that will remain in rock history for a long time to come. "Boys Don't Cry", "Just Like Heaven", "In Between Days", "Lovecats" and "Friday I'm in Love" are some songs that gave permanence to the band.