Foster the People broke out in 2011 with the single "Pumped Up Kicks" and their debut album "Torches" followed. After a string of singles, the band spent last year working on a new record. Mark Foster and co. announced the album "Supermodel" today with the release of their song "Coming of Age."
"Coming of Age" was released in a time-lapse video showing Foster the People painting a mural in L.A. On the atmospheric track, Mark Foster depicts a state of euphoria when he sings, "Feels like it's a coming of age." The band embraces a surf rock-inspired sound. It's a nice update to the Beach Boys' feel good vibes with an indie pop kick.
Foster the People's new album "Supermodel" will be released on March 14.
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