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  1. 1.
    Always Forever
  2. 2.
    Go Outside
  3. 3.
    You Know What I Mean
  4. 4.
    Bad Things
  5. 5.
    High Road
Cults made their name in black and white. A pair of film school dropouts, their first two albums play like noirish documentaries on a lost girl group.
Four years after Static, Cults returns with Offering, an exciting collection of songs bursting with heart, confidence, shimmering melody & buzzing life. Cults are working in Technicolor now.
Offering goes places Cults haven’t gone before & marks the beginning of a more collaborative phase for the core duo. Follin, who has always written her own parts, came into her own as instrumentalist during the Offering sessions, playing drums and keyboards throughout. Her equal partnership with Oblivion flies in the face of a far-too-common industry assumption that women are passive participants in their own art. Offering is the work of two artists who know what they want and how to make it happen.
A classic “last day in the studio” session gave the album its title track, a hope-in-darkness song that Oblivion calls “one of the most outward-looking things we’ve done, it’s a lifeline.” Follin adds: “we both decided independently of each other that it had to be the title.”
“These songs have both instability and solutions for how to deal with instability,” Oblivion says. “I think my favorite lyric is from “Took Your Picture”: Tinge of blue/To the end/left our hearts/With regrets/I’m learning. That’s as close as you get to a thesis statement for the album.”


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