During December 1977, Easy Cure continued to play locally.
On 15 November 1977, Easy Cure recorded new demos in SAV studios in London. The songs from the second recording session were Rebel Rebel, I Saw Here Standing There, I’m Cold, Little Girl and Killing An Arab. On 20 November 1977, Easy Cure played at The Rocket.
On 9 October 1977, the band played again in Queen’s Square in Crawley. And, after signing a £1.000 contract with Hansa, they bought new equipment. On 11 October 1977, they recorded some demos in SAV studios in London. The songs from the first recording session were See The Children, I Just Need Myself, I Want To Be Old, Pillbox Tales and Meathook. On 16 October 1977, Easy Cure played benefit for Tony Weaver at Felbridge Village Hall and the police intervened.
On 11 September 1977, the band played at The Rocket, and the next day Peter O’Toole quit.
Between July and September 1977, Easy Cure continued to play locally.
On 3 July 1977, Easy Cure played a Peace Concert in Queen’s Square in Crawley, organised by James and Consuelo Duggan who’d arranged over 100 free concerts in Ireland. About 300 people came and Robert’s dad filmed this performance (part of it is available on Staring At The Sea – The Images video released in May 1986).
In June 1977, Easy Cure continued to play locally.
On 15 May 1977, they played again at The Rocket. And, on 18 May 1977, after much debate, they were sent a signed contract offered by Hansa.
On 13 May 1977, Easy Cure arrived at Morgan Studios in London for their audiction.
On 5 May 1977, Robert Smith received a telegram from Hansa. And the next day, Easy Cure played at The Rocket in Crawley.