Foster The People stream new album 'Supermodel' on NME.COM – listen

The album will be released on March 24

Foster The People stream new album 'Supermodel' on NME.COM – listen

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Foster The People are streaming new album 'Supermodel' in full on NME.COM – scroll down and click to listen.

The album was recorded with producer Paul Epworth in a studio in Morocco, as well as in Los Angeles. It follows the band's debut 'Torches', which was released in 2011. It will be officially released next week (March 24).

The band are performing a special show at London's Troxy next Monday (March 24) to mark the release of the new album. They were also recently added to the bill for Reading and Leeds Festivals this August.

Talking to NME, Foster previously explained that the album is inspired by "consumerism and the ugly side of capitalism". Foster said: "I look back at some songs now and think, 'Wow, I was really angry when I wrote that!'"

The 'Supermodel' tracklisting is as follows:

'Are You What You Want To Be'
'Ask Yourself'
'Coming Of Age'
'Pseudologia Fantastica'
'The Angelic Welcome Of Mr. Jones'
'Best Friend'
'A Beginner’s Guide To Destroying The Moon'
'Goats In Trees'
'The Truth'
'Fire Escape'
'Tabloid Super Junky'

To check the availability of Foster The People tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

Listen to the stream here.

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