After coming close to unraveling his mind and his band, The Cure’s front man Robert Smith realized it was time to make amends. Restoring old ties and distancing himself from destructive habits, The Head on the Door album marked the return of a band and its leader. Bigger and stronger than ever, Smith was able to expand on his ideas of what The Cure could be. A reunion of kindred spirits, classic hits were created with such ease that they practically wrote themselves. This oversized long sleeve offers a window into a rejuvenated band at play, and the childish fears that lay lurking behind a youthful facade. While most Cure pieces classically examine the group’s agonies of an adult mind, this one reaches back to more formative years where we would get the hazy sense that our so-called nightmares were something real.
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Oversized long sleeve
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Size small measures chest width: 19"¾’ length: 26"
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