Bassist Simon Gallup Says He’s Back in the Cure, Months After Announcing Departure

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Bassist Simon Gallup Says He’s Back in the Cure, Months After Announcing Departure

In August, Gallup claimed he was “no longer a member of the Cure” because he “just got fed up of betrayal”

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The Cure’s Simon Gallup, November 2016 (Shirlaine Forrest/WireImage)

In August, the Cure’s longtime bassist Simon Gallup wrote in a public Facebook post that he’s “no longer a member of the Cure.” Gallup then explained he “just got fed up of betrayal.” Gallup has since deleted the post, and now says he is once again a Cure member, as NME points out.

Commenting on a Facebook photo from Gallup’s new band Alice Blue Gown, someone asked, “Is Simon still a member of The Cure?” Gallup, from the same account where he first announced his departure, replied, “Yes I am.”

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