It's been 7 years since Foster the People debuted in most people's worlds with "Pumped Up Kicks," which was a much darker song than most people caught onto with the first couple listens. Now they're climbing the charts with "Sit Next to Me" which is much more easy going, with the same chill vibe they're so good at bringing.
Isom Innis is the keyboardist of the group, but also seems to be the personality.. so I was excited when he called in to EXPOSE their song!
The video is a scroll through Instagram, which is a very cool, very 2018 look into life. We talked about how they made that happen, and his favorite "guilty pleasure" type of Instagram accounts to follow.
I also had to ask what he thinks would be different if "P.U.K." came out today. He had some thoughts on how it would sound different, but we're both unsure about 2018 even being able to handle such a song.
It's also fun to find out an artist's favorite songs from other people, and when he got excited about the new Kendrick/SZA song, it legit gave me goosebumps!
Hear all of this and more... and check out the music video below!