|Genres||New wave, post-punk|
|Associated acts||The Cure|
The Cureheads were formed in 1990 by Gary Clarke, vocalist of The Hiram Key and the then lead singer of Nosferatu (band). The band played its first show in Stockholm in July 1990 at Frietzfronten in St. Eriksgatan 89, an underground bar owned by a Swedish political party, and played its first large headline show at the WGT in 1995. Then known as Fat Bob & The Cureheads. The band has toured in the UK, the USA, continental Europe, and South America, playing festivals, including opening for Echo and The Bunnymen and The Pretenders at Guilfest, BKK live in Bilbao, The Isle of Wight Festival (2016 & 2017),  The band state that they strive to re-create the experience of seeing a mid to late 1980s concert by The Cure, capturing not only the sound, but also the wardrobe, attitude and staging using lighting and various background video and computer images. 
The Cureheads name is taken from the Irish slang term for anyone with that "1980's mop haired 'Gothic' look". They were originally known as "Fat Bob & The Cureheads" until 2000.l When Ita Martin of Fiction Records suggested they should change the name as not to offend The Cure
Since 1990, The Cureheads has played venues including The Vic Theater in Chicago, Camden Palace in London, The Temple Bar Music Centre in Dublin, CBGB in New York, and Razzmatazz in Barcelona. In 2010 The Cureheads played to 10,000 people ın Chile at the Teatro Caupolicán in Santiago (the old national basketball stadium of Chile). The show was recorded for national television and covered by national TV news, as The Cure had never played in Chile up until after that point despite having a huge fanbase there.
In 2012 The Cureheads played in Paraguay & Argentina ahead of The Cure playing there in 2013.
In 2007 The Cureheads were given as a wedding gift by Charlie Simpson of Busted to the bass player of his new band Fightstar. The band played a 1 hour set and were joined onstage by Charlie Simpson for a performance of The Cure’s Inbetween Days. The band claim that Charlie fell off the stage and passed out during the last verse.
The current and past musicians are pulled together from various Gothic rock bands such as Nosferatu, Killing Miranda and The Essence, and Andy Anderson (an original drummer from The Cure) joined The Cureheads from August 2012. Andy Anderson left The Cureheads after he failed to appear at the airport on the morning of their South American tour in November 2012. The Cureheads claim that they haven't heard from Anderson since. Their set-list consists of songs from the full recorded history of The Cure.
- Gary Clarke (Founder) (The Hiram Key)ex-Nosferatu) (as Robert Smith), Vocals/Lead Guitar
- Wine Page Drums
- Vlad Ivanov, Keyboards
- Sean Flude, Bass Guitar
- James Whitelock & Fran Dima(as Porl Thompson), Lead Guitar
- Fran Dima- Lead Guitar 2015-17 - Gabrielle Musica- Drums 2016
- Sean Carey 1994-95 (as Simon Gallup- Bass Guitar
- Martin Aylward 1994-98 Drums
- Marian Superstar Filarski 2004-2012 Freex Family (as Simon Gallup)- Bass Guitar
- Billy Freedom 2000-2001Queen Adreena
- Julian Shah Taylor 2000-2005Drink Me
- Belle Star 2007–2016 Nosferatu (band)
- Irish Dave 2012-2013 Killing Miranda
- Sid - 1995-8 The Sisters Of Murphy, Bass
- Jeremy Hayward 2001-2005 - (Guitar tech of Robert Smith)
- Roi Robertson - Mechanical Cabaret & Killing Joke
- Darren Keane - (Now legacy keyboard voice programmer for Roger O'Donnell)
- Darren Bottrill 2002-2013 - Guitars
- Andy Holmes Rhombus (band)1995-6 - Guitars
- Rik - 1994-6, Keyboards. Occasional acoustic guitar.
- Andy 1998 Waking Dream (band), Keyboards
- Simon Briggs 1998 Waking Dream (band) Guitar
Ex Guitarist Jeremy Hayward is now the guitar technician for Robert Smith.