New Foster The People Song

2014-02-22 by Piztol | 19 Comments
Foster the People have released "Pseudologia Fantastica," a second track from their upcoming LP, "Supermodel."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRLSwqIUm60

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Green Baron
February 22nd 2014
23222 Comments


there wasn't even an article for their first single heh

SnakeDelilah
February 22nd 2014
19061 Comments


their 15 seconds of radio airplay and pseudo-hipster approbation is no longer

psandy
February 22nd 2014
279 Comments


i actually like them but i guess that's me

Green Baron
February 22nd 2014
23222 Comments


Lead single had a horrible chorus, destroyed its coming momentum. Already flopping on the charts too.

Ending
February 22nd 2014
2174 Comments


Boring band boring song.

Parabola
February 22nd 2014
36 Comments


I actually think this is pretty solid. It's a little bit edgier than their first album and it has a cool Tame Impala vibe. Agreed that the first single was meh tho

SharkTooth
February 22nd 2014
13741 Comments


dude, its the 2010s, where indie rock is in its big boom. FTP is gonna stay relevent, and this is pretty damn solid

SGGreenman
February 23rd 2014
1222 Comments


lol this is still a band?

SharkTooth
February 23rd 2014
13741 Comments


well duh, would you disband your band after you get famous?

SGGreenman
February 23rd 2014
1222 Comments


irrelevant band.

gotsthedewsdood
February 23rd 2014
678 Comments


I hate this band.

DamnVanne
February 23rd 2014
2282 Comments


Irredeemable band. Salt the earth, burn the histories.

SharkTooth
February 23rd 2014
13741 Comments


"I hate this band."
Oh my god one guy hates our band, time to break up now!

Faraudo
February 23rd 2014
1470 Comments


Damn, this song is an example of what "hate train" means. It's a pretty cool song with a Tame Impala vibe, and some guitar work that reminds me a bit of My Bloody Valentine, overall a pretty solid song, but some of you guys, it seems like you hate just for the sake of it. I dunno, maybe that's just me.

CoolCalmJoe
February 23rd 2014
466 Comments


First time I listened to this band was their NPR session. Those "folkier" versions of their songs from their first album were actually great, then I heard the album and was disgusted by the originals.

SowingSeason
Moderator
February 23rd 2014
23567 Comments


Foster the People are great. Excited for the new record.

Digging: Blink-182 - California (Deluxe Edition)

ibringyoufire
February 23rd 2014
409 Comments


Really liked Torches, not huge on anything that's dropped for the new album so far.


jrucks01
February 24th 2014
9 Comments


Check out the New Music Review with Slade Kennedy podcast. He thought the first single "Coming of Age" was similar to Forever Young by Alphaville. The 80's are coming back. It may have been kicked off by Miley Cyrus taking cues from Madonna's 80's ho-bag antics.

slimdaddy
February 24th 2014
449 Comments


"Foster the People are great. Excited for the new record." [2]



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