Foster The People have dropped a trippy follow up to their April single, ‘Style’.
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Attention those who can’t make it to Falls Festival.
LA four-piece Foster The People return to the fore with their third studio album ‘Sacred Hearts Club’
We’ll call it chucking a Thom Yorke.
Organisers of the international Lollapalooza festival have unveiled the lineups for the event’s 2015 South American festivals in Chile, Argentina, and Brazil, with acts like Jack White, Skrillex, Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters, The Smashing Pumpkins and Foster The People topping all three bills. “Lollapalooza is coming again! I feel like I can
The final day!
The Kooks frontman Luke Pritchard has revealed that he has quite the creative relationship with Mark Foster, frontman of Splendour-bound tunesmiths Foster The People. The two previously collaborated on the track We Can Tell The Truth for the Barcelona-based recording studio H Studio. Pritchard has now opened up on the extent of his relationship with
Stacks of Splendour sideshows just announced!
Prestigious US music festival and sister festival to Australia’s Big Day Out, Austin City Limits, has revealed its diverse set of headlining acts for the 13th instalment of the festival, giving some clues as to who we might expect to grace the stages at the yet-to-be-confirmed 2015 Big Day Out. This year’s Austin event will
The difficult second album has proved a speed bump for a number of bands that delivered sugary indie-pop debuts. MGMT, The Ting Tings, and Franz Ferdinand all tripped at the foot of disappointing sophomore efforts—a potential fate that no doubt loomed over Foster The People as they created Supermodel. Upon first listen of the follow-up
Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival have today added to their already impressive lineup, giving us some hints on which acts might be heading south to also grace us with their presence at the 2014 instalment of Splendour In The Grass. Lorde, Damon Albarn, Outkast, Foster The People and Kelis were amongst names added to the bill
Can we say “Splendour” yet?
UPDATE 28/04/14: Three major new acts added to the Splendour 2014 lineup including Childish Gambino — full details here! UPDATE 23/04/14: The full Splendour In The Grass 2014 lineup has been announced! Full details here.UPDATE 19/04/14 6pm AEST: A Splendour headliner has leaked details of their appearance at this year’s festival! More details here. Following
New York City’s Governors Ball has just dropped its lineup announcement for the 2014 instalment of the festival and it’s a corker – apart from the previously announced Outkast, this year’s festivities will be graced by Jack White, The Strokes, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix and TV on the Radio. Wowzers. If that wasn’t enough for you,
It’s been almost three years since California rockers Foster The People released their debut record and today the indie darlings have announced they are coming back to our airwaves. The band’s sophomore record Supermodel is set for release on 14th March and to give fans a taste they’re premiering the catchy lead single Coming Of
Canadian indie darlings Arcade Fire, histrionic space rockers Muse and reunited hip hop crew Outkast will headline the 2014 Coachella Festival, joining a strong Aussie contingent of Flume, Jagwar Ma, Empire Of The Sun, The Preatures, Flight Facilities and Anna Lunoe. NZ’s Lorde and The Naked And Famous join their Antipodean kin on the lineup.
TMZ has reported that prominent taste-maker radio station KIIS-FM has pulled Foster the People’s smash hit Pumped Up Kicks from their rotation. The track, which tells the story of a school shooting, has been deemed inappropriate given the recent Newtown school massacre. The lyrics of the track vividly reference a school shooting, and despite its
Foster the People‘s frontman and namesake Mark Foster has found himself on the wrong side of a rule set up to protect artists. At a recent Prince performance, the frontman has been booted out by security after he was seen using his mobile phone. When artists at Prince’s level perform, mobile phones, video cameras or
There’s already been one rock band this year that’s taken a radical departure from their established sound, with Muse releasing their Skrillex-inspired single Unsustainable. Now beloved indie act Foster the People are also looking to fuse together electronic sounds with their more traditional instrumentation. However, in the case of Foster the People it’s not so