The End of the World (The Cure song)

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"The End of the World"
Single by The Cure
from the album The Cure
Released 19 July 2004
Format CD, vinyl LP
Genre Alternative rock
Length 3:31
Label Geffen Records
Writer(s) Robert Smith, Perry Bamonte, Simon Gallup, Jason Cooper and Roger O'Donnell
Producer(s) Robert Smith, Ross Robinson
The Cure singles chronology
"Cut Here"
"The End of the World"
"Taking Off"
American chronology
"Just Say Yes"
"The End of the World"

"The End of the World" is a song by British alternative rock band The Cure. It was the first single to be taken from their 2004 album The Cure. The song was the band's most successful single since 1996's "Mint Car", peaking at #25 on the UK Singles Chart, #19 on the Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart in the United States and #42 on the Irish Singles Chart.

Music video[edit]

The music video was directed by Floria Sigismondi and shows Smith in a house which begins to destroy itself. As he leaves the house, it becomes debris and the rest of the band find stuff from the debris. The video ends with the house rebuilding itself and Smith going back inside and plants soon grows on the floor.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The End of the World" (radio edit) – 3:31
  2. "This Morning" – 7:14
  3. "Fake" – 4:41


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