CULTS “Go Outside” MP3

Cults

I’ve been meaning to blog about these guys, the secretive, no myspace, no facebook, no other website guys.  Having found them, I’ve been lucky enough to have found two great pop artists in a short time (Kisses being the other band). But the Cults track “Go Outside” that has been making the rounds throughout the internets (and yes some pretty big dogs have been posting about them) has really caught my attention.  The echoes of 60s girl groups come to mind and a powerful chorus backs “Go Outside.”  Flavored by organs, keys, xylophone and a bouncy guitar lick paints the picture perfect upcoming season: SPRING.

Cults could be this year’s miss or they could be MASSIVE.  Either way, it’s nice to hear something fresh this year.

MP3:Go Outside

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