Foster the People Get Back at Bullies in 'Coming of Age' Video

New single precedes release of sophomore album 'Supermodel'

Dan Reilly WRITTEN BY
Dan Reilly

Three years after blowing up with "Pumped Up Kicks," Foster the People have returned, a little older and a little wiser. Their new Paul Epworth-produced single, "Coming of Age," reflects frontman Mark Foster's whirlwind years of becoming famous and touring around the world, and now the trio has a music video for the upcoming Supermodel cut. Footage of the band performing the song is interspersed with scenes of a high-school kid getting beat up, some dude riding a motorcycle, pretty women, a ginger kid eating ice cream, and some boxing action. To give it that added flashback feel, the visuals get an Instagram-like filter, though the production value is definitely higher than an iPhone's. Check it out above. Supermodel is out March 24 via Columbia.

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