Including Date At The Pyramid Centre In Portsmouth


Barely eighteen months into their bright burning existence, Superorganism have successfully negotiated a steep trajectory from brand new internet buzz band to much-loved, real-world breakout stars, with a global fan base and acclaimed debut album to their name. The London-based, eight-person collective of international musicians and pop culture junkies from Japan, Korea, Australia, New Zealand and the UK released their self-titled debut album in March via Domino; a riot of idiosyncratic, technicolour pop that is an on-the-money encapsulation of the vital sights and sounds of music in 2018. Superorganism beams with a sense of wonky, kaleidoscopic fun but is anchored in the timeless songwriting of the singles such as “Something For Your M.I.N.D.” and “Everybody Wants To Be Famous” which got the internet and airwaves buzzing in the first place.

Today, Superorganism release a new single from the album. Accompanied by another stunning video from the bandís in house-visual alchemist Robert Strange (who has made all of Superorganismís videos to date), “Night Time” is another prime cut from an album that was self-produced, written and recorded in the bandís 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 Martinís Cheiron studio),


Meanwhile, Superorganism today announce details of an autumn 2018 headline tour. Like their videos. Superorganism’s live show is a multisensory explosion of sound and imagery thatís helped garner them a reputation as one of the most exciting and innovative live acts around. Following a summer of festival appearances around the world ñ everywhere from the UKís All Points East, Latitude and the BBC’s The Biggest Weekend to Japanís Fuji Rock, Spain’s Primavera, Germany’s Melt, France’s This Is Not A Love Song and the USA’s Lollapalooza festivals – the band will play an extensive set of European headline shows throughout October and November. The run of dates will include their biggest headline show to date at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire in their adopted hometown on Wednesday 24th October. For further information head to their website.


Superorganism Live

Sun 06 Liverpool, Sound City Festival
Wed 09 Belgium, Brussels, Le Botanique
Fri 25 London, All Points East
Sat 26 Belfast, The Biggest Weekend

Fri 01 Spain, Barcelona, Primavera Sound
Sat 02 France, Nimes, This Is Not A Love Song
Sun 03 France, Paris, We Love Green Festival
Mon 04 Ireland, Dublin, Forbidden Fruit
Fri 08 Portugal, Porto, NOS Primavera Sound
Sat 09 Italy, Milan, Radar Festival
Sun 10 Netherlands, Best Kept Secret Festival
Sat 16 France, Reims, La Magnifique Society Festival
Thu 28 Finland, Sein‰joki, Provinssirock Festival
Sat 30 Luxembourg, Sirens Call 2018

Thu 12 Suffolk, Henham Park
Fri 13 Germany, Crafenhaimichen, Melt Festival
Sun 15 Latitude Festival
Sat 28 Japan, Niigata, Fuji Rock Festival

Sun 05 USA, Chicago, Lollapalooza
Tue 07 ñ Sat 11 Norway, Oslo, ÿyafestival 2018
Sun 19 France, BaziËge, La Route du Rock

Mon 15 Bristol, SWX
Tue 16 Liverpool, Arts Club*
Wed 17 Belfast, Limelight 1
Thu 18 Dublin, Academy
Sat 20 Glasgow, SWG3
Sun 21 Sheffield, The Leadmill
Mon 22 Leeds, Mono
Wed 24 London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire*
Thu 25 Manchester, O2 Ritz*
Fri 26 Cambridge, Cambridge Junction
Sat 27 Portsmouth, Pyramid Centre
Sun 28 Brighton, Concorde 2
Tue 30 Oxford, O2 Academy*


Thu 01 France, Rouen, Le 106
Fri 02 France, Lille, Le Splendid
Sun 04 Netherlands, Utrecht, TivoliVrendenburg ñ Pandora
Tue 06 Netherlands, Nijmegen, Doornroosje
Wed 07 Netherlands, Gronigen, Vera
Wed 07-Sat 10 Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland Airwaves
Sat 10 Germany, Berlin, S‰‰lchen
Tue 13 Germany, Munich, Technikum


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