Foster The People will be heading down to Singapore on 30 Jan and we've finally got the answers to all your burning questions for the boys!The indie-pop band – consisting of Mark Foster (Vocals), Sean Cimino (Guitar), Isom Innis (Keyboard) and Mark Pontius (Drums) – debuted in 2011 with a hugely successful album, Torches – which has sold almost two million albums and over ten million singles worldwide. And of course, the number one single, "Pumped Up Kicks" was THAT song of the year that was stuck in all our heads for the longest time! You're singing it now aren't you?WATCH THEIR LATEST MUSIC VIDEO FOR 'SIT NEXT TO ME':More deets of their Singapore gig below:Event Information
Favorite song to play live? - Patricia Fernandez @patticexD from Twitter
Loyal Like Syd and Nancy
What's the craziest prank that you guys have ever pulled on anyone? - Carine @Sleigh5H from Twitter
In London, the guys rearranged my room slowly over time and convinced me my room was haunted.
Why is the band's name called Foster The People? - Mo HaFiz Shamadi from Facebook
I think the name originally was Foster and the People but people got it wrong and kept saying Foster the People and it stuck.
What is something you guys always do individually before a show? - Alexandra Stewart from Facebook
We always listen to music together and hang out before each show.
How was the band created? - Syarifah Nur Amirah from Facebook
Mark Foster and Mark Pontius started the band together in Los Angeles. We all met there through the music scene.
What's your favourite game? - @Ame___xx from Instagram
Words with Friends, or Mafia
What sound is going to influence your next album - @Fuckitsdan from Instagram
We've been listening to a ton of post punk: Joy Division, Ministry, Gang of Four. Also have been digging deep into The Beach Boys catalogue.
Would you like to try some durians in Singapore? - @Shaniabennington from Instagram
Not sure what they are but... why not?!
What do you do on the road to kill time? / What do you hope to achieve with your music in the long-term? / When was the last time you guys got star-struck and what happened? - Annajfernandez:
We listen to a ton of music. The long term is to hopefully make music that stands the test of time. I saw Larry David at a party in LA. That's about the most star struck I've ever been!Wanna catch them live? We are giving you and a friend a chance to win tix to "FOSTER THE PEOPLE LIVE IN SINGAPORE"! Click here to find out how!