"No Risk" arrives after earlier singles "Trials" and "Spit You Out".

The duo says of their latest outing, "Antithetical to the title, 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."

Host will be Cults' fourth album, following on from 2017's Offering.

Their new LP is 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' forthcoming album was created in a more collaborative process than their previous records. Singer and multi-instrumentalist Madeline Follin says, "In the past, I’d never brought my own music to the table because I was just too shy." The band's Brian Oblivion adds, "When Shane and I heard what Madeline had written, we couldn’t believe it. The music just floored us."

"No Risk" is out now. Cults' Host album is due for release on 18 September via Sinderlyn, and is available to pre-order now.