Foster the People frontman Mark Foster reached the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro yesterday. He and singer Kenna scaled the Tanzanian natural landmark to spark awareness about the need for clean water across the globe.
Foster the People's breakthrough smash 'Pumped Up Kicks' was pulled from many radio stations in the wake of the Sandy Hook school shooting in Newtown, Conn., which left 26 people dead, most of them young children. The song was a point of contention, due to the lyrics "You better run, better run / Outrun my gun / You better run, better run / Faster than my bullet." The band has responded
Foster the People have become one of our fave bands in the last year or so and they have done a fantastic job of keeping their online presence engaging and FUNNY. Check out behind the scenes of their Houdini video here:
Los Angeles bubblegum indie rockers Foster the People have a new video full of death, dance floors and remote-control resurrection — plus even some boy band choreography. Check out the surreal ‘Houdini’ below.
When I'm working at my desk, I'm notorious for playing something over and over until I get the task done. Theoretically, I'll work faster to get it done so I don't get sick of it. Today's treat is Foster The People and a live version of "Houdini". Enjoy.
Downloading, both legal and illegal, has taken a lot of the blame for the sales collapse suffered by the music industry over the last decade and change. But not every artist has a horror story to tell regarding mp3s and filesharing technology.
Just ask Mark Foster, frontman for fast-rising rockers Foster the People, whose inescapable hit single ‘Pumped Up Kicks’ started out as a free download on t