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The Cure's Roger O'Donnell Shares The Haunt From New Solo Project '2 Ravens'

Friday, 20 March 2020 Written by Jon Stickler

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The Cure's Roger O'Donell has shared a new solo track.

The Haunt is another dark, sombre collaboration with Vita and the Woolf singer Jen Pague that marries keys and strings. It marks the second song to be lifted from the keyboardist's upcoming album, '2 Ravens', due out on April 24 via 99X10 records/Caroline International. He said:

"The Haunt is a song about being left and how you, if you could, would haunt the person who left you… and who wouldn’t want to do that? The song was influenced by a French folk story, The Peasant and the Wolf and when Jen wrote the lyrics it took a kind of dark turn which I was very happy about. So, the happy rural folk story is twisted in a tale of revenge…"

Last month, O'Donnell shared the records lead single, An Old Train featuring Pague, alongside initial details of the album, his first since 2015's 'Love and Other Tragedies' with Julia Kent.

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