Watch: Superorganism - On & On

Watch: Superorganism - On & On

Irresistible British indie poppers deliver the latest single from anticipated sophomore album

As anticipation continues to build for Superorganism’s new album, World Wide Pop, scheduled for a July 15 release, the funnest band in the world (according to me) have given us a fourth single from the record in the form of the melodically whimsical On & On. 

What could almost be described as “peak Superorganism”, On & On captures everything that makes the band so enchanting - catchy vocal and synth melodies that worm their way into your mind, while pairing bleak, existential lyrics with upbeat, quirky, pop music to incredible effect.

As is often the case with a Superorganism single, On & On is paired with an equally trippy video, with the band explaining of the concept “Think of how today we look back on previous eras with fascination and an often rose-tinted vision, like the swinging 60s, but there was strife and anxieties in any era that isn't necessarily captured by that nostalgia. We want to give a sense that there is no such thing as a "good old days", by showing someone in the future looking back at our current day thinking that the 2020s appear like the 'good old days'"'

Give On & On a listen and watch now, and get July 15 marked for the full-length!

Superorganism's new album World Wide Pop is out July 15 via Domino Recording Co.

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