Bringing their own youthful take on 60s girl group influences, Cults have created what NPR names one of the best albums of 2011 (so far). Not too shabby for a debut album. Cults foster their playfulness and even heartbreak in their self-titled debut album with perfect for summer, “Go Outside” and the tale of a heartbreak, “Abducted”. Pairing twinkling instrumentals with front woman, Madeline Follin belting out lyrics like “he tore me apart because I really loved him,” “Abducted” garnered Pitchfork’s “Best New Music” label. Sold out shows and winning over audiences and critics alike, Cults have been riding the wave of success.
Listen to “Abducted”: