Foster the People Have Your New Summer Jam: ‘Imagination’

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To go along with the song’s cover art, the new song “Imagination” takes you on a mini island vacation. Foster the People’s lead singer, Mark Foster, incorporated trippy notes of guitar and keyboard to make this new song the perfect jam for any summer occasion.

 

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“i think the quality that makes us distinctly human is our ability to live in duality. we comprehend the present external world we’re in, while having an internal dialogue about what it all means. we can be our own best friends. we can be our own mortal enemy. we can ski the alps in the peak of summer from under our bed covers at night. we can sail the high seas with Yeats and pick his brain about the afterlife in the holy city of Byzantium. we can fall in love with a stranger that passes us on the street; forming a complete history and future with a person we’ve never even spoken to. our internal life is a universe, worthy to be explored and engaged. a dangerous place full of desires, undiscovered and unfulfilled. in our imagination we can escape our reality and create a new one.” – mf

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“I think the quality that makes us distinctly human is our ability to live in duality,” Foster says of the song. “We comprehend the present external world we’re in, while having an internal dialogue about what it all means.”

 

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Just you in my Imagination

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The band’s hit song from their third album, “Sit Next to Me”, gained its title of one of Billboard’s Best Songs of 2018. Since they already reached this goal once, Foster the People will be looking to reach that goal again in 2019 with “Imagination”. Foster will direct the upcoming music video for their new summer jam.

Hear “Imagination” below.

 

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Written By: Intern Megan Groves

 

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