This band of eight guided by a 17 years old girl stylish enough to be on Frank Ocean’s tracklist could have easily arrived from a much cooler and precious future.
their contemporary pop rhythm along with short words and excentric dances are exactly what Berlin needs this weekend
Superorganism comes directly from Mane-London, although their website states they are really from everywhere and anywhere. That is a fact because their members symbolize a mix nationalities between the UK, Japan, New Zeland and Australia. They have the freshness and bravery of the newly born bands, and their contemporary pop rhythm along with short words and excentric dances are exactly what Berlin needs this weekend.
“Superorganism is a group of people from different cultures and countries that work together. The idea was to reflect everyone’s work towards an objective that is much stronger than the individual dream “, explains Harry the guitarist for this beautiful mess.
“I think our music tries to combine all our influences into something unique. We listen to a lot of electronic music, classic rock, indie of the nineties … The short version means we make eclectic pop music, but I think it’s a set of many sounds “, continues.
Blur, Emil, Tucan, Ruby, B, Seoul, Robert, and Orono are the multitude of instrumental voices that are giving a whole new meaning to the principle of harmony. Their clandestine atmosphere and debut with single Something for your M.I.N.D have made an explosion of international reactions that raised some high expectations.
you probably need to prepare for umbrellas, colourful ponchos, vaporwave…
So the mystery remains but you probably need to prepare for umbrellas, colourful ponchos, vaporwave, visuals net arts and electronic pop melodies crashing along 8 minds making a distinctive statement on the stage.