Foster the People's musical stock is on the rise, and at a pace few can keep up with. With their genre-bending sound and their 'Pumped Up Kicks,' the trio have been road warriors since the beginning of the year, touring in support of their debut disc 'Torches.' The pop rocker's tour recently rolled into the Bank of America Pavilion on Boston's waterfront with Kimbra and Tokyo Police Club rounding out the bill.

Kimbra kicked off the show. The breakout star from the Gotye tune 'Somebody That I Used to Know' proved throughout her short set that she's got a lot more to offer. In fact, she'll kick off her own headlining tour in the fall.

Tokyo Police Club, the Canadian indie elder statesmen of the three, hae some touring history under their belts -- they made quick work of their time on stage, powering through a 45-minute set.

As expected, the highlight of the evening was the headlining act, Foster The People. The stage, littered with percussion instruments and synthesizer,s was a veritable playground for the band. Having only one disc to their credit didn't hinder their hour and a half set at all. With their dance-infused beats, they turned the Pavilion into an all out dance party, leaving a sea of satisfied music fans in their wake.

Check out our exclusive photos from the show below.

See Exclusive Pictures of Foster The People, Kimbra + Tokyo Police Club

More From