Happy day! Cults―who are preparing to release their hotly tipped eponymous debut album early this summer―premiered a new track today on All Songs Considered. “Abducted” follows the soft-to-loud-to-soft-to-loud grooves of “You Know What I Mean”, and while losing the 60s Mowtown charm, it feels just as anxious and immediate. Their album, Cults, will be released on June 7th on Columbia Records. The more we hear from this record, the heavier the songs seem to be getting. Cults have come a long way, check out their debut single “Go Outside” below:
Cults – “Abducted”
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Stream the band’s ninth record via iTunes radio.
Stream the band’s not-really-all-that-surprising third LP.
Both records are out now, also.
Their ninth studio record and first since 2010’s Write About Love.
Her contribution to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 soundtrack, which she curated.
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