10 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Composed of eight international artists recruited from all over the globe, London-based cooperative Superorganism made waves with 2017’s woozily addictive hit “Something for Your M.I.N.D”. For their debut the octet lift city sounds and place them center stage—expect revving engines, arcade clatters, and fizzing soda cans. It’s a hybrid of laidback dream-pop (“Reflections on the Screen”) and sunshine-soaked psychedelic jams (“Everybody Wants to Be Famous”) that radiates pure joy. These weird and wonderful anthems are ready to transport you to summer, whatever the weather.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Composed of eight international artists recruited from all over the globe, London-based cooperative Superorganism made waves with 2017’s woozily addictive hit “Something for Your M.I.N.D”. For their debut the octet lift city sounds and place them center stage—expect revving engines, arcade clatters, and fizzing soda cans. It’s a hybrid of laidback dream-pop (“Reflections on the Screen”) and sunshine-soaked psychedelic jams (“Everybody Wants to Be Famous”) that radiates pure joy. These weird and wonderful anthems are ready to transport you to summer, whatever the weather.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5

45 Ratings

45 Ratings

real music

laurennn1673

such a fresh and unique sound..i love it! can't wait for the whole album ❤️

Release soon!!

lainelainegoaway

i’m so excited for this album to come out!! i have much hope and faith for this group

One of the Special Ones

seventhrowscreamer

This crew gives me the same vibe I got from hearing Smashing Pumpkins in ‘89. They have something special. Hopefully, they don’t lose it.

About Superorganism

Quirky art pop outfit Superorganism appeared in early 2017, offering scant information except that the "supergroup" featured eight members, one of whom -- a 17-year-old Japanese woman known only as Orono -- lived in Maine, while the others all resided in the U.K. An initial single, the wacky, throbbing "Something for Your M.I.N.D.," quickly caused a media stir before being mysteriously yanked off the Internet and replaced by the equally strange "Nobody Cares" and "It's All Good." It was later revealed that Superorganism had signed with Domino Records and that seven of the group's eight members had all moved into a London flat that doubled as their recording studio. The colorful "Everybody Wants to Be Famous" appeared in January 2018 in advance of their self-titled first album, which arrived in March. ~ Timothy Monger

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2017

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