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Californian pop/rock/funk/soul/electronic band Foster The People have just released a new video for the "Torches"' single "Houdini": the video is another creation from Daniels who were also responsible for the "Don't Stop" video.

Also, check out the official video for "Warrior", the newest track from the "3 Artists, 1 Song" Converse and Journeys' series featuring Mark Foster of Foster The People, trendsetting DJ A-Trak and rising star Kimbra.   For an exclusive free download of the track, follow this link.

FOSTER THE PEOPLE: Call It success Wednesday, 2 November 2011 23:57 by madseason
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Californian pop/rock/funk/soul/electronic band Foster The People scored one of the most played singles of the last 6 months with the irresistible "Pumped Up Kicks", which reached number one on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart, number 3 on the Rock Songs tally and number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. Foster The People released a second  great video for the song "Helena Beat" in July.

Now is the time for new single "Call It What You Want" to receive a video treatment. Watch it now by clicking on the image on the left.

FOSTER THE PEOPLE new video premiere Tuesday, 19 July 2011 01:25 by madseason

Indie electronic rock - psychedelic soul-pop with funky beats (anf...) band Foster The People is excited to announce the premiere of their new video for "Helena Beat".

Directed by Ace Norton and shot in the desert outside of L.A., "Helena Beat" is a post-apocalyptic, "Lord Of The Flies" meets "Mad Max" video.

"Helena Beat" is the new single off the group's first full-length album "Torches", and follows the hit "Pumped Up Kicks", which reached number one on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart.

Foster The People will tour the UK in late November. See dates here.

FOSTER THE PEOPLE light their Torches Wednesday, 18 May 2011 17:16 by madseason

 

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Interested in a fusion of indie electronic rock and psychedelic soul-pop with funky beats? So californian Foster The People is a band you better look for.

Mark Foster (vocals, keyboards, piano, synthesizers, guitar, programming, percussion), Mark Pontius (drums and extra percussion) and Cubbie Fink (bass and backing vocals) are three guys from Los Angeles that will debut their first full-length album "Torches" next week for Columbia Records.

Listen to the single "Pumped Up Kicks", written and recorded by Mark Foster at Mophonics in Venice, California, and get caught in its irresistable rhythm.