Even with a now distant past as a jingle writer, pivoting towards poppier fare seemed like a natural progression for Mark Foster of Foster The People. But six years on from their Continue reading Foster The People: Sacred Hearts Club Review – Pop Throbbing with Newfound Purpose
Phoenix’s ‘Ti Amo’ operates in the weirder aisle of the indie hypermarket. The distorted buzz around the track’s intro recalls Torches-era Foster The People and the resounding burst Continue reading Phoenix Offer Conscious, Sparkling Disco with ‘Ti Amo’
Foster The People’s ubiquitous smash hit ‘Pumped Up Kicks’ thrust the band into the spotlight in 2010, guaranteeing an endless bombardment of Continue reading Foster The People Return with Three-Track EP
Over the last few weeks and months especially, April 28th has slowly become one of the most anticipated new release Fridays of the year so far. A barrage of cryptic social media posts from the likes of Foster The People and Haim have only been amplified by relative silence since their last releases. As for the high profile album release this week, Gorillaz’s Humanz, excitement has been increased by an impressive output of singles over the course of 2017. Anyway, here are the week’s five big releases that should be on your radar: Continue reading The Week’s 5 Essential Releases Worth Listening To
The next five tracks on our Top 50 Songs of 2016 feature hip-hop stars new and old (one of which features twice within the next five tracks) and a couple of indie-pop acts fresh off of their second albums. Here’s numbers 40-36: Continue reading The 50 Best Songs of 2016: 40-36
The story of Foster The People lead singer Mark Foster seems to have been ripped straight from a Hollywood film script. Foster struggled to hit the big time, writing commercial jingles just to pay the rent whilst battling drug addiction Continue reading Foster The People: Top 5
For many, the indie pop/rock band Foster The People may not stick in the memory, but their 2011 festival favourite ‘Pumped Up Kicks’ will. A drifting indie pop gem with a dark underbelly Continue reading Blow Out the Candles, Torches Turns Five!