5 Songs, 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Superet’s self-titled debut EP spotlights the band’s playful attitude and synthesizer-slathered hooks. "Who Is This Guy" has a Devo-like sense of humor, filled with call-and-response vocals and blooping synth bubbles beamed straight from an '80s arcade, while "Loving the Animal" is a lush ballad with a ping-ponging beat that’s reminiscent of David Bowie at his most interstellar. "Receiver" even finds the band tackling coy digital punk, offering up neon-hued feedback over a taunting hook.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Superet’s self-titled debut EP spotlights the band’s playful attitude and synthesizer-slathered hooks. "Who Is This Guy" has a Devo-like sense of humor, filled with call-and-response vocals and blooping synth bubbles beamed straight from an '80s arcade, while "Loving the Animal" is a lush ballad with a ping-ponging beat that’s reminiscent of David Bowie at his most interstellar. "Receiver" even finds the band tackling coy digital punk, offering up neon-hued feedback over a taunting hook.

TITLE TIME

Ratings and Reviews

NO_LIMIT_4_LIFE

Finally ...

They opened for dream car a while back. Absolutely amazing performance! I’ve been looking for an official release of anything since then. Took them long enough ...

Furyah

Dang!

This is good. Way better than most of the alternative music being released these days.

About Superet

Los Angeles combo Superet deal in hooky, melodic rock infused with bright new wave tones. Formed in early 2016 by singer/guitarist Matt Blitzer, keyboardist Alex Fischel, bassist Patrick Kelly, multi-instrumentalist Isaac Tamburino, and drummer Sam KS, the band takes its name from a Latin word meaning "may it overflow." After touring in support of DREAMCAR, Superet delivered their boisterous debut single, "Pay It Later," in the summer of 2017, followed a few months later by their self-titled EP, which was mixed by Dave Fridmann.

ORIGIN
Los Angeles, CA
FORMED
2016

Songs

Albums