The Cure Announce New Album Title

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The Cure have finally announced the title of their long-awaited thirteenth album.

The record will be called “4:13 Dream” and is set to be released on October 13.

“4:13 Dream” has been preceded by four singles, “The Only One”, “Freakshow”, “Sleep When I’m Dead” and “The Perfect Boy”, each released on the 13th day of the month.

Although the tracklisting has not yet been released, it’s understood that none of the singles will be included on “4:13 Dream”.

An EP, “Hypnagogic States”, will precede the album on September 13, featuring remixes from a number of celebrity fans of The Cure – the tracklisting is:

“The Only One” – 30 Seconds To Mars remix
“Freakshow” – AFI’s Jude Puget remix
“Sleep When I’m Dead” – My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way and Julien-K remix
“The Perfect Boy” – Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump remix
“Exploding Head Syndrome” – 65 Days Of Static remix
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