Official music video for the track Call It What You Want by Foster The People. Foster The People are exploring stranger territory with their new video. The clip for "Call It What You Want," the latest single from the L.A. band's breakout debut "Torches," is a melange of increasingly creepier images set to the band's characteristically up-tempo indie pop. Highlights include: a goldfish flopping on the ground, drummer Mark Pontius playing in a bathtub, bassist Cubbie Fink making out with himself in a mirror (with subtitles, as if it were a foreign film, no less), singing bacon and eggs. But the piece de resistance: frontman Mark Foster, with his hand in the shape of a gun, shooting at six screaming female fans wearing shirts that spell out "FOSTER." The girls fall to the ground and bleed blue paint.
Foster the People were formed in 2009 and are based in Los Angeles, California. The song "Call It What You Want" appeared in the soundtrack for the video game, FIFA 12.