***** I don't particularly like the vocals, I find them more annoying than in Pumped Up Kicks, but it's probably due to myself being not used to them. Overall it's a solid track. 4
EDIT: Grown on me quite to the point where I enjoy the quirky vocals. I love the use of the synth, it's very cool and the production of the track is very well done with the upbeat combination of percussion, synth and vocals. Last edited: 04.12.2011 08:27
**** "It's kind of about the dichotomy between partying and the keeping your life together at the same time. I see that a lot in Los Angeles, people looking really good and they've got this big smile on their faces but they're so wasted they can barely get into the car." Mark Foster: FOSTER THE PEOPLE
Peaked at #74 in Australia, 2011.
Peaked at #40 on my personal chart.
Came in at #173 on my TOP 200 OF 2011.
Still like this track a lot but still can't understand how they didn't put 'Call It What You Want' on the JJJ compilation. Last edited: 27.12.2012 15:05
****** An absolutely stunning track, this is Foster The People's best song. A confronting, original beat interlaced with Mark's very unique vocals takes this to a whole new place. Love the hook in the chorus, love the concept of the song and the video is great as well. One of the top 5 tracks of 2011 for me.
****** Everything about this is just magical. Great vocals as usual from Mark Foster, lyrical flow is great, and the chorus doesn't get old despite being repeated to many times. I love that instrumental bridge so much too. Still my favourite Foster The People track, and it might always be that way.