Cults release new track 'Offering'

Cults release new track 'Offering'

Cults have released the shimmering title track from their new album, Offering - their first release since the 2013 album, Static.

The band claimed that: "We had been working on a lot of songs for a long time and when this one came together it felt like a release. We were trying to make a jam about finding hope in what can seem like a hopeless situation. It's hard these days to feel like you're being heard, or like the people who might hear you care enough to look outside themselves and help you."

Cults have turned to vintage synths and influences from Pink Floyd for their new album and the first single is a euphoric snippet of the music to come. Travelling between New York, LA and San Francisco studios, their recording process has sounded like a frantic time and this won't stop as they are starting a huge North American tour later this year. 

However, as founding member, Brian Oblivion remembers: "I feel like we stepped into a tour van when we were 21, and basically didn't get out of it for the next few years,".

Cults' work ethic and their ability to shape their experiences into exciting and visceral indie pop means that each new work is eagerly anticipated and Offering will be no different. 

Offering is released October 6th 2017.

Track listing

1. Offering
2. I Took Your Picture
3. With My Eyes Closed
4. Recovery
5. Right Words
6. Good Religion
7. Natural State
8. Nothing Is Written
9. Talk In Circles
10. Clear From Far Away
11. Gilded Lily

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