A bitter-cold night in Dublin city - but inside the confines of The Olympia Theatre, Mark Foster and Co. are belting out the sounds of summer. The trio that is California's Foster The People have enjoyed one hell of a breakthrough year, and tonight marks the final date of their extensive European tour. The commercial success of the impossibly catchy 'Pumped Up Kicks' announced them to the world before debut album Torches was subsequently unleashed in May - the record proving an emphatic statement that there is SO much more to this band than just that song. Foster the People descended upon Stradbally in early September to steal the show at Electric Picnic, and given the large crowd who had no choice but to circle the exterior of the Cosby Stage to catch their set that Friday evening, it's hardly surprising that the Olympia Theatre is completely sold out tonight. "Ever since we played the Electric Picnic I've been looking forward to coming back here", says Foster. "You guys have an incredible power to make us feel welcome as one of your own". He's not wrong.