The Cure perform 45 songs at Teenage Cancer Trust gig

The Cure performed a 45-song set during their concert at Royal Albert Hall.

The band, renowned for their epic set lists, performed as part of this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust Benefit.

They headlined the opening night of the TCT with a special 3 hour long performance which included not only well-known songs such as ‘Friday I’m In Love’ and ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ but also the likes of’, ‘Jupiter Crash’ and ‘Harold and Joe’, a song that the band haven’t been playing since 1991 and giving a live debut to ‘2 late’, a 1989 B side. 

Full set list:

‘Plainsong’
‘Prayers for Rain’
‘A Strange Day’
‘A Night Like This’
‘Stop Dead’
‘Push’
‘In Between Days’
‘2 Late’
‘Jupiter Crash’
‘The End of the World’
‘Lovesong’
‘Mint Car’
‘Friday I’m in Love’
‘Doing the Unstuck’
‘Trust’
‘Pictures of You’
‘Lullaby’
‘High’
‘Harold and Joe’
‘The Caterpillar’
‘The Walk’
‘Sleep When I’m Dead’
‘Just Like Heaven’
‘From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea’
‘Want’
‘The Hungry Ghost’
‘Wrong Number’
‘One Hundred Years’
‘Disintegration’
‘If Only Tonight We Could Sleep’
‘Shake Dog Shake’
‘Fascination Street’
‘Bananafishbones’
‘Play for Today’
‘A Forest’
‘Catch’
‘The Lovecats’
‘Hot Hot Hot!!!’
‘Let’s Go to Bed’
‘Freakshow’
‘Close to Me’
‘Why Can’t I Be You?’
‘Boys Don’t Cry’
’10:15 Saturday Night’
‘Killing an Arab’