An indie pop fusion of experimental flow, random compilations of odd sounds and exciting beats, Superorganism is revolutionising the pop scene with futuristic randomness. With their announcement of coming to Germany in November, we’re left wanting more.
This eight-piece group sensation was first formed in early 2017 and in just over a year have generated a 1 million-plus following on Spotify with its unique modern sound. From Japan, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea and London, Superorganism combines their various backgrounds and music to create a trippy pop experience.
A dreamy, passive angst that provides a low and steady sound that intertwines with the heavily produced and varied guitar, drums, synth and odd noises that sound like an intergalactic space war in your mind.
Each song incorporates explosive layers, like in their first song Something for your M.I.N.D, where uneven guitar riffs, underwater vocals, a man speaking, odd biting sounds and reverberating bass reign, whose flawless randomness gives a similarity to Pink Floyd and sunshine pop artists Darwin Deez or The Moldy Peaches. Catchy and semi-hallucinatory, it pathed the future for Superorganism.
The vocals and lyrics, headed by 18 year old Orono Noguchi, contain a dreamy, passive angst that provides a low and steady sound that intertwines with the heavily produced and varied guitar, drums, synth and odd noises that sound like an intergalactic space war in your mind with artists band members Emily, Harry, Tucan, Robert Strange, Ruby, B, and Soul.
Their group collaboration creates the psychedelic and kaleidoscopic melodies in their song Night Time, in their album Superorganism, whispering ‘wake up’ to the dream-like state the band leaves you in.
Superorganism is coming to Germany in November, with a show in Berlin on 10th and hitting up Munich on the 13th, they are an immersive art encounter not to be missed. Keep up with indieBerlin and Superorganism’s social media for updates and chances to win tickets for their upcoming shows!