MYXclusive: FOSTER THE PEOPLE Pumps Up Filipino Fans Once Again!
Foster The People ignited the dance floor at the Manila leg of their Sacred Hearts Club tour in support of their latest album with the same name. Finally returning since their first major concert back in 2012, the Los Angeles-based indie band was armed with new infectious hits, catchy hooks, and poppy grooves.
Fans were astounded by how the band performed live with so much energy. The concert stage turned full red as the show commenced with "Beginner's Guide to Destroying the Moon" off their second album Supermodel. It was followed by "Pay The Man", a single from Sacred Hearts Club, and the popular "Helena Beat" off their Grammy-nominated debut album Torches in 2011.
One notable moment was when frontman Mark told everyone that performing here in Manila is special to him since both his grandfather and father stayed here at some point. He said that it feels great to be the third generation Foster to connect with Filipinos.
The band made the night even more special when they played our own patriotic song “Bayan Ko” before kicking off their encore set. Of course, the show couldn’t be over without them hyping everyone up with their hit “Pumped Up Kicks”! It was an awesome concert sonically and visually, proving Foster The People's power to take live performances to a different level.
Here’s the #FosterThePeopleMNL setlist!
Beginner's Guide to Destroying the Moon
Pay the Man
Life on a Nickle
Doing It for the Money
Are You What You Want to Be?
Call It What You Want
Goats in Trees
Coming of Age
Sit Next to Me
Loyal Like Sid & Nancy
Pumped Up Kicks
What was your favorite moment during Foster The People's latest concert in Manila? Tell us in the comments!