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October 8th, 2013
If you liked the first Cults album then boy are you going to love their second album, Static. Sticking to their perfected formula of ’60s-era pop melodies highlighted by the occasional tambourine-led rhythm and xylophone appearance, Cults have a sugary sweet exterior that hides an inner darkness.
Static still shines with big, echoing jams like lead single I Can Hardly Make You Mine where singer Madeline Follin’s voice soars and Brian Oblivian’s harmonizing vocals supports her every move. There’s a small, but significant sign of maturity and growth in the meticulous details of each song so fans can both be assured of the band’s ability to deliver a familiar product while showing that they are building off the success of their debut self-titled album.
Bonus: Watch Cults’ new music video for High Road below!
Best Tracks: I Can Hardly Make You Mine, Were Before
Listen to Cults’ album Static over at MUCH’s First Spins section here!