Rising pop act Superorganism gearing up for self-tilted debut album release
Rising international pop act Superorganism have been described as one of 2018’s most hotly tipped new artists.
The eight-piece band consists of members from across the globe, including New Zealand, Japan and the UK, and have been shortlisted in the BBC Sound Of and VEVO dscvr polls, as well as being given the seal of approval from Frank Ocean and Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig.
The pop culture junkies recently announced the details of their highly anticipated self-titled debut album, which is scheduled to be released on March 2.
Self-produced, written and recorded, "Superorganism" is influenced by the world-building depth of artists like Devo, Beck and The Avalanches. The album soundtrack’s the band’s rapid trajectory from shared house side project to global audiovisual powerhouse, and features their previous singles, "Something For Your M.I.N.D." and "It’s All Good / Nobody Cares," as well as their brand new single, "Everybody Wants To Be Famous".
Watch "Everybody Wants To Be Famous" and other Superorganism videos, below:
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