Superorganism are an eight-piece international band currently based in Maine and London. Most of the band all live in a house together: Harry, Emily, Ruby, B, Robert, Tucan, and Orono, backing singer Seoul currently lives in Sydney.
The band met whilst living in New Zealand, then all moved to London to start working on music.
Their debut single, Something for Your M.I.N.D, came out in 2017, and was met with only positivity. It was adored by the press as addicting, fun, maximalist, colourful, and confusing. After a performance on Jools Holland, and having supported Jungle on their latest tour, the band came more into the public's eye, and people began listening to other tracks they'd released, Nobody Cares and It's All Good.
They're set to release an album in 2018, which is bound to be just as colourful and random as we'd want it to be.
In 2018, Superorganism embarked on their Tour For Your M.I.N.D world tour, stopping in the UK, Europe and the US in spring. Now the group have announced a second tour to take place in autumn, hitting the UK, Ireland, the US and Europe. There are also Australian shows set for July too. Catch them live in the UK this March by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.