Focused on securing a record deal in the US, the Cure’s Boys Don’t Cry album was released in 1980 and included a collection of the group’s tracks from their 1979 UK debut, Three Imaginary Boys. Although Boys Don’t Cry included many of the same songs as their debut album, do not mistake them as being one and the same. With very different records and track lists, this album was made with the intention to drum up some US industry attention, but the group would end up getting far more than they originally asked for with the success of the album’s track title — Boys Don't Cry is still one of their most iconic songs and continues to be an anthem for challenging gender norms. Our Boys Don’t Cry Long Sleeve is a Daydreamer vault item that is an exact reprint of the excerpt from the back cover of the Three Imaginary Boys LP, originally used to illustrate the song ‘Fire In Cairo’. When you wear the album art on our best fitting long sleeve, remember that you’re wearing a pretty make-or-break piece from the Cure’s story.