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Cults Release New Track I Got Your Message

Wednesday, 06 December 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Shawn Brackbill

Cults have released a new track, I Got Your Message.

The duo have put out the track as a thank you to fans following their recent US tour. Speaking about the song, they said:

"Hello everybody! We just wanted reach out and thank you guys for coming out to what was honestly our favorite tour yet. We spent a good bit of time working on this music and we had no idea how this tour was going to go down but you guys blew away our expectations night after night.

"As a gift we wanted to send you guys a link to a song we recorded a few months ago. It's kind of a full circle thing as it's a cover of a song of the band that opened the majority of the tour (Hideout) featuring Christopher Owens from Curls who also did support for the California dates. We think it's a fun little ditty and we hope you guys enjoy it.

"Y'all are the best for showing up and making this tour as awesome as it was. We'll see you out in Europe in January and hopefully everywhere else throughout the rest of the year.  [❤]"

Cults have been touring in support of their LP, 'Offering', which arrived in October, and willcall at Manchester's Deaf Institute on January 24 and the Garage in London the following day.

Cults Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed January 24 2018 - MANCHESTER Manchester The Deaf Institute
Thu January 25 2018 - LONDON Garage

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