NEWS: Superorganism announce debut LP

NEWS: Superorganism announce debut LP

Superorganism have announced details of their debut album. The eight piece band who have been shortlisted in the BBC Sound Of among others – will release their self-titled debut on 2nd March via Domino. Watch the video for their new single ‘Everybody Wants To Be Famous’ directed by their very own Robert Strange above.

Self-produced, written and recorded in the east London house-stroke-studio-stroke band HQ they all share together (imagine a squat version of the Brill Building, or a lo-fi, DIY take on Max Martin’s Cheiron studio), Superoganism soundtracks the band’s rapid trajectory from shared house side project to global audiovisual powerhouse and features previous singles ‘Something For Your M.I.N.D.’ and ‘It’s All Good / Nobody Cares’ as well as their brand single ‘Everybody Wants To Be Famous’.

Superorganism track list:

01 It’s All Good
02 Everybody Wants To Be Famous
03 Nobody Cares
04 Reflections On The Screen
06 Something For Your M.I.N.D.
07 Nai’s March
08 The Prawn Song
09 Relax
10 Night Time

Superorganism will be taking their live show on the road throughout 2018, including extensive UK, European and north American headline tours. The full dates are below, including a London headline show at the 1000 capacity Oval Space on 8thMarch, with further information available from

Superorganism Live:

Fri 19                         Netherlands, Groningen, Eurosonic

Thu 15                       United Kingdom, London, The Jazz Café
Sun 18                      France, Paris, Café de la Danse
Mon 19                      Belgium, Brussels, Botanique – The Rotonde
Tue 20                       Netherlands, Amsterdam, Sugar Factory
Thu 22                       Germany, Cologne, Die Kantine
Fri 23                         Germany, Berlin, Festsaal Kreuzberg
Sun 25                      Denmark, Copenhagen, Vega Small Hall
Mon 26                      Sweden, Stockholm, Kagelbanan

Fri 02                         Norway, Oslo, by:Larm
Sat 03                       Norway, Oslo, by:Larm
Mon 05                      United Kingdom, Birmingham, Institute 2
Wed 07                     United Kingdom, Manchester, Gorilla
Thu 08                       United Kingdom, London, Oval Space
Fri 09                         United Kingdom, Brighton, The Haunt
Sun 11                      United Kingdom, Glasgow, CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts
Mon 12                      United Kingdom, Leeds, Belgrave
Mon 19                      USA, Los Angeles, Echoplex
Tue 20                       USA, San Francisco CA, Rickshaw Stop
Thu 22                       USA, Portland OR, Doug Fir Lounge
Fri 23                         USA, Seattle WA, Barboza
Mon 26                      USA, Minneapolis MN, 7th Street Entry
Tue 27                       USA, Madison WI, The Frequency
Wed 28                     USA, Chicago IL, Schubas Tavern
Fri 30                         Canada, Toronto ON, The Mod Club
Sat 31                       Canada, Montreal QC, Belmont

Sun 01                      USA, Boston MA, Brighton Music Hall
Tue 03                       USA, Washington DC, Rock & Roll Hotel
Wed 04                     USA, Philadelphia PA, Boot & Saddle
Thu 05                       USA, Brooklyn NY, Music Hall Of Williamsburg

Sat 02                       Ireland, Dublin, Royal Hospital Kilmainham

Fri 13 – Sun 15       Germany, Crafenhaimichen, Melt Festival

Tue 07 – sat 11      Norway, Oslo, Øyafestival 2018

Photo credit: Jordan Curtis Hughes.

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