Robert Smith, Simon Gallup, and Jason Cooper are all who left behind by Roger O'Donnell and Perry Bamonte, who both decided to exit the U.K. rock a
The Cure is now incomplete as its two members, keyboardist Roger O'Donnell and guitarist Perry Bamonte, decided to exit the U.K. rock act, leaving the band they've been worked together for nearly 20 years. On his Web site (http://www.rogerodonnell.com) O'Donnell wrote "As of Tuesday this week I am no longer a member of the Cure. It was sad to find out after nearly 20 years the way I did but then I should have expected no less or more."
Concerning O'Donnell and Bamonte's exit from The Cure, the band Web site confirmed that others could be part of the lineup. The new replacements, who will later work along with Robert Smith, Simon Gallup, and Jason Cooper, will then be unveiled on August 5 when the Cure play a festival in Castellon, Spain. Moreover, the band is also confirmed for festival dates in France, Switzerland and Turkey.