IMAGINARY BOYS: THE CURE 1978/80
PLEASE NOTE - THIS BOOK IS RELEASED ON AUGUST 15 AND ALL PRE-ORDERS WILL BE POSTED OUT ON THE DAY OF RELEASE.
Hanging Around Books' latest release, “Imaginary Boys: The Cure 1978/80 " (HA015), features rare and previously unseen photographs of the band taken by Justin Thomas in London and Sheffield during 1978 and 1980 respectively .
As Justin states in the book's introduction:
"One of The Cure’s first central London shows was on 19 December 1978 at The Hope & Anchor; a popular but freezing cellar/pub venue in Islington. Intrigued after hearing ‘Killing an Arab’ on John Peel’s radio show, I headed there to see them. There were 12 people in the audience but that didn’t stop them pulling out all the stops to impress."
Imaginary Boys:The Cure 1978/80 (HA015)
Photography by Justin Thomas
© 2018 Justin Thomas & Hanging Around Books
A limited edition of 250 copies.
A5 paperback photozine. 36 pages. Digitally printed on recycled paper.
Please note: the images throughout this website are watermarked "Hanging Around Books" for the photographers' copyright protection. Purchased copies do not have these watermarks.