Foster The People
Sandstorms, possible zombie attacks (imagine if one person got infected in that crowd of people), a slew of celeb sightings, and an amazingly diverse line-up of artists (including ones that weren’t even on the line-up), […]
So you’re not going to Coachella. And you’ve probably heard your friends planning which bands they’ll want to see, how they’re only eating celery because they’re on a strict “Coachella diet,” and seen all the festival wear they’ve purchased. But don’t worry – you too can still have a great weekend! So ladies, don’t put away your jean cut offs just yet. And gentlemen, keep that sleeveless tank out. Because here’s a list of things to do in Los Angeles and surrounding areas during Coachella!
We already knew some of the headliners (Eminem, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, Skrillex), but the official release revealed a few new acts on the bill including Foster the People, Lorde, Avett Brothers and the rest of the bill.
Goldenvoice has announced its line-up of Los Angeles area shows between Coachella weekends known to many Los Angelenos as Localchella.
The fifth annual Sweetlife Festival in Maryland is celebrating good food and good music with a lineup that boasts indie rock, pop and one hip-hop foodie.
In the new video for “Coming of Age,” the band shows how rough growing up can be. We’re talking punched in the face, running from the cops, bullied on the basketball court, kind of rough.
This year’s Sasquatch! Music Festival, like Coachella before it, is offering double the fun by expanding to two weekends. But unlike that Indio, California fest, each weekend of Sasquatch! will have entirely different lineups.
Three years after releasing their debut single, “Pumped Up Kicks,” Foster the People are back and singing about the trials and tribulations of attempting to grow up and not fade away.
Like father, like son! 14-year-old Jaden Smith, son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith, is making a name for himself in a new rap freestyle, “Pumped Up Kicks (Like Me).” Smith samples Foster The People’s […]
“We love being the underdogs and anytime we’re in a situation where you don’t know our stuff, if you get the crowd putting their hands in the air to something they’ve never heard before, that’s when you know something’s working,” Foster said.