Cults Get Fuzzy on Dark 'I Can Hardly Make You Mine'

New York pop pair shares first song from 'Static' LP

Cults I can Hardly make you mine stream static new song
It's true: Cults really can hardly make you theirs
Dan Reilly WRITTEN BY
Dan Reilly

New York indie-pop experts Cults have shared the first sounds of their second album Static. "‪I Can Hardly Make You Mine‬" finds the duo expanding on their retro-leaning sound, adding a heavier edge courtesy of Brian Oblivion's fuzzed-out guitars and some distorted organ, while Madeline Follin's reverbed vocals have a little extra of oomph thanks to double-tracking and her own god-given sass. Lyrically, it features the same kind of romance-gone-wrong content that populated the pair's 2011 self-titled debut. Stream "‪I Can Hardly Make You Mine‬" below and pick up Static on October 15 from Columbia.

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