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FOSTER THE KOOKS
10/16/15

The Kooks have teamed up with Foster The People's Isom Innis, for their newest release via Virgin Records, “Creature of Habit.”

The track features The Kooks' unmistakable Britpop guitar hits fused with trippy melodies and synths distinctive of Foster The People's indie sound. While Mark Foster didn't participate in this collaboration, Kooks frontman Luke Pritchard says that he "was channelling Mark for sure...even though he doesn't sing on the track, he's there in spirit." Spooky.

Innis and Foster show no signs of slowing down, as they've been producing for Republic's rising artist, Grace Mitchell, while also working on their upcoming FTP album, to be released via Columbia

Light a spliff and celebrate the start of the weekend as you listen to the semi-psychedelic track (embedded below).

L'chaim,
Naomi Robin