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Top 20 Underrated Songs of 2014: Awesome Songs You May Have Missed During the Year

Welcome music lovers to Music Trajectory’s list of the top 20 underrated songs of 2014 in rock, alternative, and indie genres. This ranked list is sort of an unconventional year-end list. These songs aren’t necessarily the next best chunk of songs after the top 20 songs of the year. These songs never really had a

Foster the People ‘Best Friend’ – The Song of the Week for 6/9/2014

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Released March 10, 2014 via Columbia Records, “Best Friend” is the 3rd single off of Supermodel, the 2nd studio album by Foster the People Foster The People is easily one of the favorite bands here on MusicTrajectory.com and they are back with yet another single and video off of Supermodel….the fantastic (and extremely underrated) 2nd

Foster The People ‘Coming Of Age’ – The Song of the Week for 1/20/2014

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Released January 14, 2014 via Columbia Records, “Coming of Age” is the 1st single off of Supermodel, the 2nd studio album by Foster The People Genre: Indie Rock, Indie Pop, Alternative Rock Foster The People is back with a brand new single and new album Supermodel, due March 18, 2014. When I first heard the

“Houdini” by Foster the People – The Song of the Week for 5/21/2012

“Houdini” by Foster the People was released on May 15, 2012 as the 6th single from the band’s debut album Torches Genre: Indie Pop, Indie Dance When is the last time you saw a band release a SIXTH single from an album? Foster the People are on fire and rightfully so. Their debut album Torches

“Helena Beat” by Foster The People – The Song of the Week for 11/28/2011

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“Helena Beat” by Foster The People is the infectious 2nd single from the band’s debut album Torches and the followup single to the hugely popular “Pumped Up Kicks” Genre:┬áIndie Dance, Indietronica, Indie Rock Frontman Mark Foster wrote “Pumped Up Kicks” while working as a commercial jingle writer at Mophonics in the Venice district of Los