Superorganism perform ‘Something For Your M.I.N.D.’ on Later… With Jools Holland, Announce International Headline Tour

by the partae


Following a run of rapturously received debut live performances – including a 700 capacity sell out London show at the capital’s Village Underground – Superorganism today announce an extensive run of European and north American headline shows for 2018.

Tickets for all shows are available from today, with full details at

Superorganism is a sprawling, multi-limbed collection of international musicians and pop culture junkies. They number eight in total – recruited from London, Japan, Australia and New Zealand – who now all live together in a house-stroke-DIY studio-stroke-band HQ in Homerton, east London.

It was in this house, in January 2017, that the collective had their Big Bang moment. Though they’d previously created music and visuals together, this was something distinctly fresh. They sent the track to their friend Orono, a Japanese student who at that time was studying at high school in Maine, New England. Orono wrote and recorded a vocal part and pressed ‘reply’. What came back across the Atlantic was an intoxicating piece of idiosyncratic, technicolor pop. That track was ‘Something For Your M.I.N.D.’. Superorganism was born.

At that point it’s unlikely any of the members would have expected to hear that track – or its follow up AA single ‘It’s All Good’ / ‘Nobody Cares’ – played by Frank Ocean or Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenigthemselves on their respective radio shows.  Or that the band’s identity would be the subject of so much speculation. Or that they would sign a deal with the legendary independent Domino label. Or that there’d be such demand to see Superorganism live that their debut UK show would be the aforementioned sold out roadblock at London’s Village Underground. But over the last few months, such is the trajectory of this unique band that that is exactly what has happened.

Meanwhile, Superorganism have today been announced as one of Vevo dscvr’s 2018 Artists To Watch. For full details head to and to to check out the band’s DSCVR session.

WATCH Superorganism’s debut TV appearance on Later… With Jools Holland

WATCH Superoganism live is session for Huw Stephens on BBC Music Introducing

LISTEN to Superorganism’s first Australian interview on triple j

WATCH the ‘Something For Your M.I.N.D.’ video

DOWNLOAD or STREAM ‘Something For Your M.I.N.D.’


Fri 17  Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Sonic Visions Festival 2017

Wed 06  France, Rennes, Transmusicales 2017
Tue 12  USA, Brooklyn NY, House Of Yes
Thu 14  USA, Los Angeles CA, Moroccan Lounge

Fri 19  Netherlands, Groningen, Eurosonic

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
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
“While the music is an utter triumphant, last night’s show hammered home that Superorganism’s appeal stretches far beyond the music. A bespoke visual show – featuring arcade noises, deep-sea psychedelia and stunning stargazing scenes – is primed to be a must-see come festivals next summer.” – NME

“On the basis of tonight, Superorganism it seems are ready to go straight to the big stages. They’re a mosaic of fun, fuzz and courage. A case of everything in excess or nothing at all.” Loud & Quiet

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