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Premiere: Foster the People returns with new single 'Coming of Age'

Indie pop group Foster the People returned to the music scene on Monday with their new single "Coming of Age" on Twitter. The band soaks up some surf rock sounds on the chill track.

Foster the People
Foster the People

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 Mar. 14.