10.15 Saturday Night

"10:15 Saturday Night"
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Cover of the French single
Song by The Cure
from the album Three Imaginary Boys
ReleasedJune 1979
Length3:42
LabelFiction Records
Songwriter(s)Robert Smith, Michael Dempsey, Lol Tolhurst

"10:15 Saturday Night" is a song by British post-punk band The Cure. It was the B-side to their single "Killing an Arab" as well as the opening track of their debut album Three Imaginary Boys. It was also released in France as a single, with the track "Accuracy" as the B-side. It has been performed live during most of their shows since its release, and was included in their live album Concert.

A promotional video, directed by Piers Bedford, was the band's first.[1]

According to interviews in the booklet for the Deluxe Edition of Three Imaginary Boys, the demo of the song is what caught Chris Parry's attention in 1978 and led him to sign the band to his newly founded record company, Fiction. The track was written by Robert Smith at the age of 16 one evening while sitting at the kitchen table feeling "utterly morose" watching the tap dripping and drinking his dad's homemade beer. It was first performed as part of sets performed by Easy Cure at gigs around the band's local area of Crawley.

References[]

  1. ^ "The Cure | Boys Don't Cry". Post-Punk. Retrieved 30 August 2019.

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