Cults have been busy playing to packed rooms across North America this past Fall in support of their latest album Offering. As a thank…Read More
Cults is an American indie pop band formed in New York City in 2010. The band first came to prominence when they posted a three song EP, Cults 7″, on their Bandcamp page.Cults formed in 2010 while guitarist Brian Oblivion and singer Madeline Follin were students at The New School. They began making music in their spare time to share with their friends. Madeline had previously recorded with punk band Youth Gone Mad on the album Touching Cloth. Cults released an EP on Forrest Family Records, Cults 7″, with the track “Go Outside” recorded by Paul Kostabi at Thunderdome Studios. They toured supporting the Willowz (Richie Follin’s Band) with overlapping members for six months before signing to ITNO/SONY. Their song “Go Outside” had a video made for it which starred Emma Roberts and Dave Franco.
Their self-titled debut album, Cults, was released on June 7, 2011, by Columbia Records imprint In the Name Of run by Lily Allen.
In 2011 Cults collaborated with the group Superhuman Happiness on a version of the track “Um Canto De Afoxé para o Bloco Do Ilê” for the Red Hot Organisation’s most recent charity album Red Hot+Rio 2. The album is a follow-up to the 1996 Red Hot + Rio. Proceeds from sales will be donated to raise awareness and money to fight AIDS/HIV and related health and social issues. The band was chosen to perform at the ATP I’ll Be Your Mirror festival curated by ATP & Portishead in September 2011 in Asbury Park, New Jersey, and also by Battles to perform at the ATP Nightmare Before Christmas festival that they co-curate in December 2011 in Minehead, England.
Always building on their previous big moments, Cults is pulling from the past on their latest LP. Taking notes from the sounds of the…Read More
Cults, have shared “Right Words,” the track is off their forthcoming release Offering, due out, October 6th via Sinderlyn. Of the track they note….Read More
For Brian and Madeline of Cults, their many years on the record cycle, has left them pretty tired. Touring relentless since their first record…Read More
Cults, recently announced the details off their new full-length Offering. Recently, the band gave fans a taste of the album, with the single “I…Read More
NYC duo Cults, have shared details of their new album and North American Tour dates. Offering will be released on October 6 via Sinderlyn….Read More
White Arrows have premiered their latest single “Nobody Cares” from their sophomore album In Bardo out September 16 on Votiv. “Nobody Cares” is also streaming and available for a listen below. White Arrows recently played at The Avalon in the:Read More
Cults unveil the Baio remix of ‘High Road’, a reworking of the album highlight by Chris Baio, Vampire Weekend’s bassist. You can listen to it above. The band recently released Static, the follow-up to Cults’ adorned 2010 self-titled, debut release.,Read More
Roll up! Roll up! To Cults’ seaside, evangelical funfair! That’s what the New York pair’s latest LP, Static, screams at the top of its lungs. If there was to be an amusement park, somewhere on the south coast of the UK, and it had to be run by a band,Read More
Today Cults have released a music video for their single “High Road” off of their forthcoming sophomore release Static, out October 15 on Columbia Records. The video was directed by Hiro Murai (Earl Sweatshirt, St. Vincent, The Shins).Read More
On October 14, Columbia Records will release Static. Written and recorded over the course of 2012 in the band’s home base of New York City, Static is produced by Cults with support from Shane Stoneback (Sleigh Bells, Vampire Weekend) and Ben Allen (Animal Collective,Read More
Mood Rings will be hitting the road this fall on a massive North American tour with Cults. The band will be playing songs from their Mexican Summer debut, VPI Harmony. Their music draws on a range of influences and is a kaleidoscope of layers and textures that take you to a different headspace with each song,Read More