Friday, May 13, 2011
[press release] Today Pitchfork debuted Cults new video for the latest single, “Abducted,” off their upcoming self-titled debut due out June 7th on In The Name Of / Columbia Records. The track, which was recently debuted on NPR’s All Songs Considered, was awarded Best New Music by Pitchfork who described the track as a “really great indie pop song.” Rolling Stone also noted Cults knack for their “Sixties girl-group pop sounds” on the track that they recently reviewed.
Check out the video for “Abducted” HERE.
Cults inexplicably sweet debut includes the bands most notorious track “Go Outside,” the 50’s prom slow-dance gem “You Know What I Mean,” and the bands previous released fan favorites “Most Wanted” and “Oh My God.”
To pre-order the album now and get a free MP3 of “The Curse,” a track not included on the full-length, go HERE!
See what press is saying about the debut release….
“Cults leave listeners with one of the more poignant sugar highs of the spring” - Filter
“Completely fresh and utterly intoxicating” - Zink
“Many people will be “drinking the Kool-Aid” for Cults upon hearing the album in its entirety, but I don’t blame them, this is a refreshing take on a style of music which has been long forgotten” – Addict Music
Cults is Brian Oblivion and Madeline Follin.
Posted by Dan Goldin at 8:08 PM