- Superorganism Premieres New Song “Everybody Wants To Be Famous” on BBC Radio 1
- East-London-based pop band Superorganism debuted a new song "Everybody Wants To Be Famous" on BBC Radio 1. Also the band premiered a music video for the song on VEVO, directed by Robert Strange.
The song is taken from their forthcoming self-titled debut album, which is set to be released on March 2, 2018.
Superorganism consists of the eight-piece including the UK, Japan, and New Zealand. The group debuted with "Something For Your M.I.N.D." in 2017 and shared other songs such as "It's All Good" and "Nobody Cares".
They created the songs with the internet, writing from different points across the globe, sending files to each other and building songs from their component parts.
- The band member Emily told DIY in an interview, “Scrolling the internet, looking at Reddit or Instagram and just BAM BAM BAM – all these things constantly.” Another member Harry added, "You’ve got access to all of the sounds that you could possibly think of so you’re only limited by your imagination. If you were a band living in a reasonably small town somewhere in the early ‘90s and you’ve got a guitar, drums and bass, then that’s what you’re limited to. Whereas now that’s not the case. Now you can make music in your bedroom and it sounds big and crazy. It’s a totally different set of tools.”
The band embarks European and North American tour in support of the debut album later this month. Learn more about tour dates, click here.
- source : Consequence of Sound