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Superorganism - Everybody Wants To Be Famous

A marker for a band who can carry every ounce of hype stacked upon them in the new year rush.
Superorganism - Everybody Wants To Be Famous
Published: 8:30 pm, January 02, 2018
A marker for a band who can carry every ounce of hype stacked upon them in the new year rush.

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The best artists find their own unique voice. Instantly recognisable, they develop their own DNA, running through every move. It’s something that can either take time to arrive, or is instantly there, like magic.

Superorganism seem to have been born under their own spell. For a band with the super-massive ‘Something For Your M.I.N.D.’, you’d be forgiven for expecting everything else to feel somewhat of an anti-climax. And yet, against all the odds, ‘Everybody Wants To Be Famous’ couldn’t be further from such pessimistic predictions.

Bubbling away like a fantastical creature of the deep, it’s a marker for a band who can carry every ounce of hype stacked upon them in the new year rush. Packed with infectious fun, but never forcing the issue, it’s kooky and cool without every crossing the line on either side. Fame awaits.


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