Art Rock Is Hard: The Oral History of Cursive’s The Ugly Organ

In June 2002, something felt wrong inside Cursive frontman Tim Kasher’s chest. He had a sharp pain, a lack of breath, and a near-complete inability to sing — a problem for the Omaha band as they rolled into Salt Lake City on a headlining tour.

As it turns out, one of Kasher’s lungs had collapsed, ending the tour prematurely. It forced the rest of Cursive to return to the Midwest while their singer and primary songwriter was in a Utah hospital.

However, in addition to the tour being cut short, Kasher’s condition put a damper on their post-touring plans. Cursive already laid down the initial tracking for their next

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