The Cure’s Simon Gallup ‘fed up of betrayal’ and leaving band after 40 years

Simon Gallup of The Cure performs in Hyde Park on July 7, 2018, in London.

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Simon Gallup of The Remedy carries out in Hyde Park on July 7, 2018, in London.


“Boys Don’t Cry,” however when it comes to Simon Gallup, they do publish their sensations on Facebook and use their resignation openly.

In a public post on Facebook over the weekend, The Remedy bassist composed, “With a slightly heavy heart I am no longer a member of the Cure! Good luck to them all…”

The news was fulfilled with shock and unhappiness by some fans, and Gallup acted on a remark by composing “I’m ok… just got fed up of betrayal.”

The Remedy is understood for hits like “Friday I’m in Love” and “Just Like Heaven.”

Gallup has actually left the group in the past.

He signed up with The Remedy in 1979, left in 1982 after a run-in with the band’s frontman, Robert Smith, and rejoined 2 years later on.

CNN has actually connected to representatives for The Remedy for remark.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.