First thing's first:
What are you all talking about calling this album bad? Like, for real? Are you guys hearing something I'm not? This isn't any Bon Iver 22, A Million or DJ Khaled Grateful.
Anyway, to the review.
It's hard to beat their first two albums, Torches and Supermodel. They set the tone for what Foster The People would be.
Sacred Hearts Club keeps a positive and swaying indie vibe through the whole album. The songs are catchy and keep me interested. They know their style, they ... read more