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Jason Lipshutz from Billboard complimented the "slower tempo" and the "new jam just in time for summer" feel of the track, but he also said that the stylistic and sonic shift from Joanne to "The Cure" felt like "an abrupt course correction, meant to build momentum ahead of her summer tour ".  Hugh McIntyre from Forbes said that the track "is a noticeable departure from anything Gaga has ever released before". He described it as a "fun, catchy tune", but felt it was less risky or less dance-like than previous songs like " Bad Romance ", " Telephone " (2009), " Applause " (2013) or " Million Reasons " (2016).  Melinda Newman from the same publication wrote that "The Cure" might be Gaga's pathway back onto pop radio, as it is a "swaying, instantly infectious slice of synth-pop that sounds like it's straight out the '80s and feels ready-made for blaring out of car stereos this summer".