Expressing their message that life is beautiful, Foster The People release their new album, Sacred Hearts Club.
Living in a world with the mentality of hate and discouragement, Foster The People release their new album that focuses on their message- “Life is Beautiful.” Sacred Hearts Club just released June 21, 2017. The indie rock band has been climbing ever since 2009 when formed in the city of Los Angeles. Mark Foster had performed solo before coming across Cubbie Fink, Mark Pontius, and Isom Innis. With Foster on vocals, Fink on bass, Pontius on drums, and Innis on the keyboard, Foster The People have been working on the new album since the end of their Supermodel tour. Since one of their first big hits, Pumped up Kicks, they have released two albums prior to Sacred Hearts Club, Torches and Supermodel.
Influenced by sixties psychedelic, love, and politics, the album focuses on the positivity people should be taking away from life. The album expresses how everyone should be loved and unity should take a stand. Living in our current generation, Foster explains how times are more troublesome than ever. Foster released a message stating:
“We live in a trying time right now. Racism, sexism, classism, homophobia, and religious persecution are more rampant than ever. This record was made in defiance against those cancerous ideas. Hopefully it makes you feel as it made us feel when we were working on it- that life is beautiful. And love will always be bigger than politics.”
Throughout the twelve tracks on the album, Foster The People delivered just as Foster was stating. Foster The People release an album of expression and movement.