Foster the People frontman Mark Foster revealed recently that he has quit smoking for good, but the suprising thing is that the person who inspired him to do it was the godfather of hip hop, Snoop Dogg, who as we all know, loves a quiet smoke on the odd occasion. An interview with Q Magazine
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Usher and the Sunglasses Squad [band name citation needed] have tackled Foster the People’s monster single Pumped Up Kicks while performing a gig on BBC Radio 1. Despite the crowd’s unbridled enthusiasm, especially the crossed armed girl at 1:48 possibly standing next to the mum, the cover is actually pretty entertaining, with some sweet harmonies
Frontman Mark Foster has told Billboard in a recent interview that Foster the People’s second LP will be heavily influenced by 60s/70s seminal bands The Kinks and The Clash. When asked about the direction and sound of the follow-up to debut album Torches, Foster said the new record would be unpredictable and affected by the
Converse have announced a new trio of artists for their next Three Artists. One Song series, this time grouping together DJ A-Trak, Mark Foster (from Foster The People) and New Zealand born/Australian adopted songstress Kimbra for the next instalment. The track will be called Warrior, which was partially recorded in Brooklyn while all three artists
Foster The People are planning to record the follow-up to their debut album Torches later this year.
Mark Foster and a few of the Foster the People crew joined Art vs Science on stage at the Melbourne Big Day Out for the final song of their set. Check out some of the fan footage below, the video is a bit shaky but the sound isn’t too bad.
Didn’t make the Big Day Out or just missed a set? Not to worry, somebody kindly hoisted their phone into the air so all you have to do is sit back and relax… Below are performances from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Foster The People, Girl Talk, Kasabian and Kanye West. We’ll keep adding more
Big Day Out have released maps for all dates, and for BDO regulars and veterans there are some slight changes. The only big change that is worth noting is the separation of the Essential stages and the Skate Stage. The change of essential stages means that there will be a walk when wanting to catch
Having played more than 180 SOLD OUT shows worldwide off the back of their debut album, Torches, Foster The People will return to Australian in 2012 with headline performances in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in January.
Californian Indie Rock/Pop band Foster the People have announced their Splendour in the Grass 2011 side shows. The band return here on the back of the success of their 4 track release named Foster the People EP. A new album Torches will be released within the next week. A stream of the new album can