Foster the People have the released the new video for single ‘Coming of Age’ from their highly anticipated second album ‘Supermodel’

New album Supermodel out 24th March plus London Troxy announced for 24th March

Foster The People have unveiled the video for their new single “Coming Of Age.” The track, set to be released as a single on 16th March, is the first to be taken from the LA-based trio’s second album Supermodel out on 24th March via Columbia Records.

The band have also announced details of a one-off London show set to take place on Monday 24th March. Their first UK show since the Reading and Leeds festivals in 2012, a limited number of pre-sale tickets for the show are available now at fosterthepeople.com. Tickets will then go on sale to the general public at fosterthepeople.com on Friday 7th February at 9:00am.

Recorded in various locations around the world, Supermodel began as frontman Mark Foster and producer Paul Epworth set up a writing studio in a riad in Essaouira, Morocco at the end of 2012. “We didn’t have any rules. We just created as much as we could in seven days,” Foster recalls, “And in the spirit of wanderlust and discovery we ended up stumbling on the musical identity of what this record was going to feel like.”

From Morocco the album continued to migrate with Foster and the band. Work continued at Woodshed Studios in Malibu, Henson Studios and Bronson Island in Los Angeles and was finished at Epworth’s Wolf Tone Studios in London.

Foster the People is Foster, Cubbie Fink and Mark Pontius. Founded by Foster in 2009, the group achieved success with the 2011 release of their debut album Torches, which has sold nearly 2 million albums and over 9 million singles worldwide. The band garnered three GRAMMY nominations for their debut – including Best Alternative Album, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Pumped Up Kicks” and Best Short Form Music Video for “Houdini” – as well as a Brit Award nomination for International Breakthrough in 2012 as well as two Q Award and two NME Award nominations.