For almost a year now, we have been captivated by the alt-pop sound of Superorganism. Since releasing their brilliantly catchy debut single 'Something For Your M.I.N.D.' early last year, the London-based eight-piece have been sharing psychedelic and mind-bending singles ever since, all leading to this, their highly-anticipated self-titled debut album. And for those that have been following them, you'll be glad to hear that they definitely live up to the hype.
Opening up with the glitchy, electronic-led track 'It's All Good', the band are certainly looking to make a grand impression with this new record. From there, we are treated to a cacophony of swooning beats and a diverse approach to production, which at times leads to comparisons to the likes of Beck and The Flaming Lips. The result is this wonderfully engaging release that seems to please all of our tastes and expectations simultaneously.
In all, the only way to explain how good this record is is to experience it for yourself. You'll be drawn in by its truly unique sound and left in a dizzying, hypnotic daze by the time it's finished. It's one hell of a ride that you'll come back for again and again.