Superorganism premiere their video for “Night Time,” taken from their self-titled debut album, today; watch it here. Superorganism—produced, recorded, engineered and designed entirely by the band—is out now to widespread critical praise.

Finishing up their first ever, sold-out North American headline tour last week and continuing to tour this summer in Europe and beyond, the band will return Stateside this fall to play Portland, Brooklyn, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and more. Visit for more information and see full tour routing below.

Superorganism features breakout singles “Something For Your M.I.N.D.” and “It’s All Good/Nobody Cares,” as well as “Everybody Wants To Be Famous” and “Reflections On The Screen.” Get it here on physical formats, and stream/download here.

The eight-member collective, whose numbers hail from Japan, Australia, New Zealand and the U.K., recorded Superorganism over the course of 2017 in the house/studio they all share in East London (imagine a squat version of the Brill Building, or a lo-fi, DIY take on Max Martin’s Cheiron Studios). The album continues to receive rapturous acclaim:

“There is warped, whimsical stuff all over Superorganism, but none of it is cheeky... a full-spectrum auditory experience, the sound of renegade toys weeping after a bender—curious, saccharine, unsteady and twee, but not weak...There is seriousness of purpose in the music, but what elevates Superorganism beyond sound experiment is the lead singer and lyricist, Orono, who writes arresting offhand verses that convey brutal depths in an unerringly sweet tone.” –The New York Times

“Some of the most warped, exciting indie-pop of recent years has spilled from the East London commune housing most of Superorganism’s eight members. The collective’s sound splits the difference between vintage Beck and meme-era mash-ups: a mix of synthetic and organic, funny, weird, internet-fueled, self-aware and very tripped-out.” –Rolling Stone

“The debut from the UK collective is a hugely accomplished reflection of the present, a magpie-friendly collage of pop all glued together by the laconic voice of Orono Noguchi.” –Pitchfork

“The aptly named Superorganism draws members from all over the world in the pursuit of the perfect mashup.” –NPR

“Goopy, cartoonish indie pop, the kind of colorful songs that grip campus spring weekends and frontal lobes." —The New Yorker

“Superorganism’s self-titled debut album has the feel of a surreal, futuristic collage. Galloping electronic beats sit alongside honeyed vocal harmonies, bird chirps flutter around a bloodless bass line, synths shimmer and whoosh and burp, spoken-word samples show up out of nowhere. At the center of this frolicsome soundworld is Orono’s consistently compelling voice, often deadpanned, sometimes slack-rapped and regularly pitch-shifted on the fly.” –Paste

“Superorganism have the confidence of a platinum artist and the simplicity of bedroom pop and the weird focus of that brief moment in the 90’s when bands like the Flaming Lips were getting massive record deals. They are also adorable.” –Pretty Much Amazing

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May 6 /// Liverpool, U.K. /// Sound City Festival
May 9 /// Brussels, Belgium /// Le Botanique
May 25 /// London, U.K. /// All Points East
May 26 /// Belfast, U.K. /// The Biggest Weekend
June 1 /// Barcelona, Spain /// Primavera Sound
June 2 /// Nimes, France /// This Is Not A Love Song
June 3 /// Paris, France /// We Love Green Festival
June 4 /// Dublin, Ireland /// Forbidden Fruit
June 8 /// Porto, Portugal /// NOS Primavera Sound
June 9 /// Italy Milan /// Radar Festival
June 10 /// Netherlands /// Best Kept Secret Festival
June 16 /// Reims, France /// La Magnifique Society Festival
June 28 /// Seinäjoki, Finland /// Provinssirock Festival
June 30 /// Luxembourg /// Sirens Call 2018
July 12 /// Suffolk, U.K. /// Henham Park
July 13 /// Crafenhaimichen, Germany /// Melt Festival
July 15 /// U.K. /// Latitude Festival
July 28 /// Niigata, Japan /// Fuji Rock Festival
August 5 /// Chicago, IL /// Lollapalooza
August 30 /// Portland, OR /// Wonder Ballroom
August 31 /// Vancouver, BC /// Imperial
September 4 /// Kansas City, MO /// Riot Room
September 6 /// Columbus, OH /// A&R Music Bar
September 10 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Brooklyn Steel
September 11 /// Boston, MA /// The Sinclair
September 13 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Union Transfer
September 15 /// Albany, NY /// Pearl Palooza
September 17 /// Dallas, TX /// Trees
September 18 /// Houston, TX /// White Oak Music Hall
September 19 /// Austin, TX /// Emo’s
September 22 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Fonda
September 25 /// Pomona, CA /// The Glass House
September 26 /// San Francisco, CA /// The Independent

August 7-11 /// Oslo, Norway /// Øyafestival 2018
August 19 /// Baziège, France /// La Route du Rock
October 15 /// Bristol, U.K. /// SWX
October 16 /// Liverpool, U.K. /// Arts Club
October 17 /// Belfast, U.K. /// Limelight 1
October 18 /// Dublin, Ireland /// Academy
October 20 /// Glasgow, U.K. /// SWG3
October 21 /// Sheffield, U.K. /// The Leadmill
October 22 /// Leeds, U.K. /// Mono
October 24 /// London, U.K. /// O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
October 25 /// Manchester, U.K. /// O2 Ritz
October 26 /// Cambridge, U.K. /// Cambridge Junction
October 27 /// Portsmouth, U.K. /// Pyramid Centre
October 28 /// Brighton, U.K. /// Concorde 2
October 30 /// Oxford, U.K. /// O2 Academy
November 1 /// Rouen, Franc /// e Le 106
November 2 /// Lille, France /// Le Splendid
November 4 /// Utrecht, Netherlands /// Tivoli Vrendenburg – Pandora
November 6 /// Nijmegen, Netherlands /// Doornroosje
November 7 /// Gronigen, Netherlands /// Vera
November 7-10 /// Reykjavik, Iceland /// Iceland Airwaves
November 10 /// Berlin, Germany /// Säälchen
November 13 /// Munich, Germany /// Technikum

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