Cults Debut Video For “No Risk”

Madeline Follin and Brian Oblivion, AKA: Cults have released “No Risk,” a track off their forthcoming release Host out September 18 via Sinderlyn.
Cults "No Risk"

Madeline Follin and Brian Oblivion, AKA: Cults have released “No Risk,” a track off their forthcoming release Host out September 18 via Sinderlyn. “The song is all about the benefits of taking risks, and how difficult that can be as a woman when being constantly told in both transparent and subliminal ways that you’re “second best” or not worthy of the same voice. The song transforms the title from a place of complacency to a challenge to empower yourself.”

“In the past, I’d never brought my own music to the table because I was just too shy,” says Follin. “When Shane and I heard what Madeline had written, we couldn’t believe it,” says Oblivion. “The music just floored us.” What followed was a radical reimagining, both of the band’s sound and its dynamic, and the result is Cults’ utterly new album. Host was co-produced by Cults and Shane Stoneback, mixed by John Congleton, mastered by Heba Kadry, and features Loren Shane Humphrey (Last Shadow Puppets, Florence and the Machine, Guards) on drums.

Cults
Host
Tracklist
Sinderlyn

1. Trials
2. 8th Avenue
3. Spit You Out
4. A Low
5. No Risk
6. Working It Over
7. A Purgatory
8. Like I Do
9. Masquerading
10. Honest Love
11. Shoulders To My Feet
12. Monolithic

 

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