First thing that popped into my mind after running through Superorganism’s self-titled debut was, ‘yup, that’s about right.’ If you ever saw a picture of the group then gave their album a listen, you’d know what I mean. Their music is about as youthful, happy, and oddball as I’d expect from a group clearly born of the internet age and with a name like Superorganism. It all sounds ready made for the latest wave of indie, coming of age summer films with their exuberant use of happy synths, random nature sounds and asides, and just overall cheery demeanor. All of that might sound like a negative swipe at their music, but in fact it’s quite the opposite. Their music has an almost infectious quality to it that you can’t help but vibe to. It’s definitely one of the most inventive albums I’ve heard in a while and they clearly speak directly to this generation of teens.
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Have you heard Superorganism? What’d you think about it? Do you think it’s a good representation of this generation of kids? Let me know in the comments below and be sure to leave your own ratings and reactions for the album.
Superorganism's music is about as youthful, happy, and oddball as I'd expect from a group clearly born of the internet age and has an almost infectious quality to it that you can't help but vibe to. It's definitely one of the most inventive albums I've heard in a while and they clearly speak directly to this generation of teens.