The ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ album is an entirely different beast than The Cure’s British debut. With a restructured track list, the compilation album provides a lighter and more energetic take on the era’s traditional punk sound. Striking a universal chord in the hearts of anyone who has tried to put on a brave face in the midst of heartache, the sound of the guitar hook was all it took to get the crowd worked up into a frenzy. Released in 1980, the album’s title track still stands as one the group’s most enduring and iconic - over four decades later. Celebrate Robert Smith smashing gender roles and encouraging wide-spread human vulnerability in this oversized crew that features the original artwork from the album. While it’s easy to pair with literally anything, we think it might look even cooler with bottoms in a coordinating color that’s anything but neutral.