Foster The People hope to record new album this year
Foster The People have revealed they are hoping to head back into the recording studio later this year.
The Los Angeles trio, who lost out to Lana Del Rey in the Best International Newcomer category at Tuesday’s BRIT Awards, are currently touring their 2011 debut album, Torches, but frontman Mark Foster told the NME they would like to record a follow-up soon:
“Hopefully we'll have a song or two out by the end of the year. I'd like to get the album done pretty quickly but we're not going to put something out until its ready. I'd say in 2013 it'll be out.”
He also revealed that the ‘Pumped Up Kicks’ hit-makers, who performed with The Beach Boys and Maroon 5 at last week’s GRAMMYs ceremony, are likely to move their sound on from their first record:
"I'd love to make a more analogue record and not so digital but at the same time still modern. I think it will be an evolution of the sound we've created so far."
Watch Foster The People's new video for 'Don't Stop (Color On The Walls)' below:
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