Dinosaur Jr. and Kevin Shields cover The Cure

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DInosaur Jr. and My Bloody Valentine cover The Cure and play some songs together.

Through social networks, the band announced that on November 12, 13, 14 and 15 they would have a residency at the legendary venue. The Garage located in London, these nights a tribute would be made for the 30 years of Where You Beenalbum that catapulted them to fame in 1993.

Attendees were able to enjoy the album in its entirety, but the real surprise was the guest on November 15, and that is that Kevin Shields was present on stage to perform “Thor“n” of My Bloody Valentine, “Tarpit” of Dinosaur Jr. and the most surprising thing came when they both covered The Cure performing the famous hit “Just Like Heaven”.

It is well known that The Cure It is an inspiration for both bands and we could see the happiness on both their faces at all times because some attendees were able to record the moment when all this happened. Let us remember that Kevin He is a great friend of the band and it is not the first time they collaborate together on stage, but it is always a delight to see them live.

Dinosaur Jr. It has its version on platforms for “Just Like Heaven” but if you want to see how it sounds live with Kevin We invite you to watch the video that a concert attendee uploaded to YouTube, we hope in the near future we can see Dinosaur Jr. in our country and we can listen to their greatest hits live.


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