Foster The People reveal new song 'Pseudologia Fantastica' – listen

Hear new song from the US band, taken from second album 'Supermodel'

Foster The People have revealed new song 'Pseudologia Fantastica'. See above to listen now.

The track is taken from the US indie band's second album, 'Supermodel', due for release on March 24 via Columbia. It follows lead single 'Coming Of Age'.

Frontman Mark Foster has described the new album as "angry", telling NME, "I look back at some songs now and think, 'Wow, I was really angry when I wrote that!'"

"['Supermodel'] is like a time capsule of thoughts and ideas and the things I was struggling with at the time," he said, while adding that the record "retains the identity" of the first LP.

"There are songs that act as a bridge that fans of the first record will grab onto, but also songs that show a side that wasn't there at all," Foster said.

The album was recorded with producer Paul Epworth in a riad studio in Morocco as well as in Los Angeles and follows the band's debut 'Torches', which was released in 2011.



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