NME Festival blog: The Cure’s Simon Gallup replaced by his son on bass as he’s forced to pull out of Japanese festival

A “serious personal situation” stopped the bassist from performing at Fuji Rock Festival

The Cure‘s Simon Gallup was forced to pull out of a recent show in Japan due to a “serious personal situation,” but instead of the band cancelling their performance, Gallup’s son Eden stepped in to replace his father on bass.

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