Cults – Abducted by cultscultscults A great debut album can do a lot of things. It gets the blogs buzzing, ends up on year-end best-of lists, and most importantly, garners and inspires a large audience of new fans. But indie darlings Cults haven’t been paying much attention to the standard cause-and-effect timeline of breaking bands. They’re doing it all backwards. Sometime in February of 2010 Cults released a three-song EP via their bandcamp page. And due to the lack of information on the site, and the general un-google-able nature of their band name, nobody really knew anything except what could…
Abducted by cultscultscults Last week NPR premiered ‘Abducted’ a new track from New York indie buzz band Cults. They’ve been cultivating buzz on their upcoming self titled debut album which will be out 5/30. Cults has been fueled on a retro lo-fi sound and a hugely popular 7″ released last year and have parlayed those few songs into some major touring and a highly anticipated album.
New track from Cults. ‘You Know What I Mean’ will appear on their self-titled debut out 5/30. “You Know What I Mean,” has Cults’ signature 50’s nostalgia pop sound, and Madeline Follin’s voice shines on this gem.
Cults will be on tour for the next few months, I suggest you check them out in your neck of the woods:
It’s amazing how Cults have done it, one small EP launched them to this point. It is just considering how damn catchy this track is. Check the video for Go Outside, then check out more from the band here.