Grammy-nominated band Foster the People has released their new album Sacred Hearts Club today. Praised by The Associated Press for its “joyous melodies with thought-provoking content,” the 12-song album features previously released tracks “Sit Next To Me,” “Loyal Like Sid & Nancy,” Pay the Man,” “SHC,” and “Doing It For The Money” – see full track list below.
In celebration of the new album, which Newsday says “is well crafted from start to finish,” the band will perform “Sit Next To Me” on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Monday, July 24. Fans can tune in to CBS at 12:37a.m. / 11:37p.m. ct to catch the performance. Additionally, the band is set to play an exclusive “Sacred Hearts Club” live set at Club Bahia in Los Angeles on Tuesday, July 25.
Foster the People are currently on tour and will appear at many major festivals throughout the summer and fall including Lollapalooza, Bumbershoot Festival and The Meadows Music & Arts Festival. The band will also play a full set of headline shows, stopping in major markets including Denver, Boston and Atlanta before wrapping with an appearance at the Austin City Limits music festival on October 13. Tickets are available now and additional dates will be announced soon. For tour and ticket information please visit www.fosterthepeople.com.
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