LA trio Foster The People get re-animated into choreography-killin’ androids in their new video for Houdini off 2011 debut Torches. Watch + leave your comments!
It’s been a bit since we’ve been able to offer a free mp3 of a track, but A-trak, Mark Foster (The People) and Kimbra‘s collaboration Warrior was worth the wait. Warrior was recorded for the Converse Three Artists – One Song series. We previously shared the Gorillaz/Andre 3000/James Murphy collaboration DoYaThing which is part of the series as well.
Kimbra can also be found on Gotye’s latest hit, Somebody That I Used To Know. Warrior, a perfect electro-pop track to sail into Summer with. Listen + download below.
What do you think of Warrior? Comments below!
Foster The People won our hearts and ears, emerging as the new MGMT in ’10 with their Torches debut. The album is full of all-killer-no-filler indie/pop material, including Don’t Stop (Color On The Walls) which received the remix treatment from Neon Gold‘s own St. Lucia. Listen + download below.
Don’t Stop (St. Lucia Remix)
What’s your favorite Torches track?
The video for Call It What You Want, one of my favorite cuts from the Foster The People album Torches, has just premiered, and it’s just one delightfully weird scene after another!
I would really like some of what the director was smoking when they made this, and I must now go in search of a roll of bubble wrap to recreate that brilliant jumping scene!