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“We’ve all got a little bit of gothic in our blood”, says The Ditch, “and it makes us who we are.” You know you are living in a gothic world when you can’t stop singing “weavey, weavey, weavey”.
The Ditch is a gothic pop/rock band from the UK, and their new song “Wedding Dress” is the band’s first new release in five years. The band has been going through a period of change and growth since their last album, “Piss” was released back in 2013. They have a new bass player, a new drummer, and are starting to write and record again.
The sound of Wedding Dress is gothic pop-rap, like a cross between The Cure and The Beatles. The band’s music is heavily influenced by bands like A Day to Remember, The Strokes, and The Killers, but it has its own unique style. The lyrics and music are all about the struggles of being a goth or a nerd, but it’s also very much about the joy, the magic, and the love that comes with gothic pop-rap.
It’s a little odd to think that a band like The Cure would have a lot of influence on Gothic pop-rap, but I guess that’s what comes with the job. Some of the bands that are well-known and respected were very much influenced by the music of The Cure.
Like many of the bands mentioned in this article, The Killers were very much influenced by the Cure. The Killers were the first band to release a full-length album on their own record label, and the band’s style was heavily influenced by The Cure.
The Killers did the best in this article by being the first to release a full-length album on their own record label. They released two albums in the early 2000s, the first being a concept album about the band’s relationship with their childhood friend, Mark Ronson. The second album, the much-anticipated and much-loved, “The Kills – The Album”, was released in 2010. The Killers are not the only band that had great influence from The Cure.
They have also been widely influenced by The Cure, of course. I mean, is it just me, or do goth bands with ties to the Cure sound a lot like The Kills? I mean, does a goth band sound like the Cure when it’s not made up of musicians with deep ties to the Cure? I don’t think so.
The Cure were originally formed by people called ‘The Cure’ and the band they formed together is called The Cure. They became The Cure in 1977 and were a band that became popular in the UK in the 70’s and 80’s. The Cure disbanded in 1991 and the band reformed in 2002. In 2012, the ‘final’ line-up was announced. The band’s lead singer, Johnny Marr, is still alive and currently sings lead vocals for The Killers.
It’s not until you are in a band that you feel like you are part of a bigger entity, that you can truly feel the band’s influence in your life, and that if you are not in a band, you don’t have to feel like you are. But with the passing of Johnny Marr, the world seems to have lost another major band.
It’s great that The Cure are still around in the 21st century, but the other bands that have stepped in can be even better. The Cure have probably been the biggest influence on bands of all time, but bands like Muse, Radiohead, and the Beatles also played a part in the big bands demise.