The much anticipated, self-titled debut album from transcontinental, multidisciplinary collective Superorganism is out today via Domino. Superorganism was produced, recorded, engineered and designed entirely by the band, and 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 band is currently touring the world over in celebration of the release. North American dates begin next week at SXSW, with showcases for NPR, the British Music Embassy and Pitchfork. Superorganism then kicks off a headline tour with stops in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Chicago, Boston, Philadephia, New York and beyond. Visit for more information.

Superorganism was recorded by the eight-member collective, whose numbers hail from Japan, Australia, New Zealand, the U.K. and beyond, 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). It is already receiving critical acclaim:

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

“A dream-like collage of internet memes and self-awareness set to pixelated synthesizer pop” —Rolling Stone

“The aptly named Superorganism draws members from all over the world in the pursuit of the perfect mashup. Its first single, ‘Everybody Wants to Be Famous,’ buzzes and blusters with maximalist enthusiasm, cramming its three minutes with as many ideas and oddball sounds as it can muster.” –NPR

“Part-pop group, part-cult, full hivemind” —Dazed

“They will fuck with your brain, turn it inside out, make you question what you knew to be possible from the art of using instruments to make music” —Noisey

“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

For more information, please contact Carla Sacks, Krista Williams or Reid Kutrow at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.



March 2 /// Oslo, Norwa /// y by:Larm
March 3 /// Oslo, Norway /// by:Larm
March 5 /// Birmingham, U.K. /// Institute 2
March 7 /// Manchester, U.K. /// Gorilla
March 8 /// London, U.K. /// Oval Space
March 9 /// Brighton, U.K. /// The Haunt
March 11 /// Glasgow, U.K. /// CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts
March 12 /// Leeds, U.K. /// Belgrave
March 19 /// Los Angeles, LA /// Echoplex
March 20 /// San Francisco, CA /// Rickshaw Stop SOLD OUT
March 22 /// Portland, OR /// Doug Fir Lounge
March 23 /// Seattle, WA /// Barboza SOLD OUT
March 26 /// Minneapolis, MN /// 7th Street Entry SOLD OUT
March 27 /// Madison, WI /// The Frequency
March 28 /// /// Chicago, IL Schubas Tavern SOLD OUT
March 30 /// /// Toronto, ON The Mod Club
March 31 /// Montreal, QC /// Belmont
April 1 /// Boston, MA /// Brighton Music Hall
April 3 /// Washington, D.C. /// Rock & Roll Hotel
April 4 /// /// Philadelphia, PA Boot & Saddle SOLD OUT
April 5 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Music Hall of Williamsburg

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