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Fostering Young Minds

Back in 2010, every teenagers all over had a simple tune stuck in their heads and walked around like drones humming the iconic song “Pumped Up Kicks.” Nowadays, those same kids have grown up a bit, yet so has the alternative-pop music of that same band, Foster The People. 496 more words

Arts & Entertainment

Pumped up kicks by Foster the people

Okay so yes the title is a song but this is about how the song makes me feel =)

First of all my view on what the song means is not very clear but I love the way it makes me feel. 236 more words

Life

"Supermodel"

Foster the People releases sophomore album

by Shelby Mitchell/News & Opinions

The band that brought us “Pumped Up Kicks” is back with more, their sophomore album released on Mar 14. 199 more words

Entertainment

Foster The People - Supermodel

By Becca McWaters

With the success of their debut album, and the popular single ‘Pumped Up Kicks’ and a 10 month long sold-out tour under their belt, Foster the People are back, 3 years on, with their second album ‘Supermodel’. 497 more words

2014

Foster The People: Supermodel

Foster the People’s second album finds mainman Mark Foster in serious mood.
Only lyrically, mind, and honest lines like “I’ve tried to live without regrets” and “I’ve cried wolf so many times” are at odds with much of the music, especially in the carnival atmosphere of opener Are You What You Want to Be? 64 more words

New Albums

Foster The People – Supermodel

Supermodel is the second album from Foster The People. After the success of their first album Torches three years ago and the viral phenomenon that was debut single “Pumped Up Kicks”, the LA three-piece are back.   227 more words

Album

Album Review: Foster the People- Supermodel

 

“Supermodel” is Foster the People’s follow-up album to their extremely successful debut album, “Torches.” Foster the People hail from California playing psychedelic indie-rock, with their sound falling somewhere between the likes of Grouplove and Animal Collective. 776 more words