Siouxsie And The Banshees did two special concerts at Hammersmith Odeon with The Venomettes.
On 23 November 1982, new single Let’s Go To Bed has been released under the name of The Cure, against will of Robert Smith.
In November 1982, Robert Smith joined Siouxsie & The Banshees. And, on 9 November 1982, they did live TV performance, filmed at BBC Television Centre in London, England.
The Cure recorded four songs Let’s Go To Bed, One Hundred Years, Just One Kiss, Ariel for Kid Jensen session.
Robert Smith and Steve Severin recorded demo of Punish Me With Kisses at the Playground studios, for their later project called The Glove.
In October 1982, a video for Let’s Go To Bed was directed by Tim Pope, it was the first collaboration between the band and Tim.
In September 1982, Robert Smith and Lol Tolhurst started to work on a new single Let’s Go To Bed (earlier called Temptation) at Island Studios. Also Steve Goulding joined them on drums.
In August 1982, new issue of Flexipop magazine has been issued with new song called Lament (written in July).
On 6 July 1982, The Hanging Garden was released as a single under the title A Single in the United Kingdom.
After filming of The Hanging Garden video, Simon Gallup has left the band.