Indie band Superorganism unveils a new version of their track “Night Time” from PC Music producer Danny L. Harle (Charli XCX, Clairo) today—listen here.

“All of us are huge (wink wink) fans of Danny and his futuristic pop production skillz, particularly on his track ‘Me4U,’” says Superorganism frontwoman Orono. “At the start of this year we asked him if he would be interested in doing a remix for us, and thankfully, he said yes…and the rest was history. An even twinklier, dancier, sickening version of Night Time was born.”

Orono Noguchi, a high school student who came from Japan and moved to Maine at the age of 14, first discovered the band, the Eversons, through her YouTube recommendations. She then was able to meet the band personally in 2015 at a gig of the Eversons on her trip back to Japan. It is said that since then Noguchi and the band members exchanged their contact social media accounts and started sharing music and internet memes.

Though the Eversons and Noguchi remained friends, the group did not come to realize Noguchi’s singing skills until very after. They asked her to try out some vocals on their demos and were surprised by how it worked out, then naturally a new band “Superorganism” is formed. After their first single “Something For Your M.I.N.D.” became the biggest hit in the indie world, the group finally accepted Noguchi officially as she graduated from high school. They subsequently toured internationally with unexpectedly high popularity in Europe, America and Asia.

Fresh from a string of dates in Europe and currently in Australia, Superorganism will make their return to North America to play Lollapalooza in August plus a continent-wide headline run in September with stops including Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Austin, Los Angeles and San Francisco. All dates are on sale and tickets available via wearesuperorganism.com/#tour.

The band’s self-titled debut album, released in March, continues to receive critical acclaim and has been named to Best Albums of 2018 (so far) lists from Rolling Stone and Consequence of Sound.SUPERORGANISM LIVE

Sat 21 Australia, Splendour In The Grass
Sun 22 Australia, Melbourne, 170 Russel
Tue 24 Australia, Sydney, Metro Theatre
Sat 28 Japan, Niigata, Fuji Rock Festival

Thur 02 Chicago, IL, Park West w/ Jungle
Sun 05 Chicago, IL, Lollapalooza
Tue 08 Norway, Oslo, Øyafestival 2018
Wed 09 Sweden, Gothenburg, Stay Out West
Thur 16 Belgium, Hasselt, Pukkelpop
Fri 17 Germany, Hamburg, Dockville
Sat 18 France, Baziège, La Route du Rock
Sun 25 Switzerland, Zurich, Zurich OpenAir
Thurs 30 Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom
Fri 31 Vancouver, BC – Imperial

Tues 4 Kansas City, MO, Riot Room
Wed 5 Chicago, IL, Thalia Hall
Thurs 6 Columbus, OH, A&R Music Bar
Mon 10 Brooklyn, NY, Brooklyn Steel
Tues 11 Boston, MA, The Sinclair
Thurs 13 Philadelphia, PA, Union Transfer
Sat 15 Albany, NY, Pearl Palooza
Mon 17 Dallas, TX, Trees
Tues 18 Houston, TX, White Oak Music Hall
Wed 19 Austin, TX, Emo’s
Sat 22 Los Angeles, CA, The Fonda
Tues 25 Pomona, CA, The Glass House
Wed 26 San Francisco, CA, The Independent

Mon 15 UK, Bristol, SWX
Tue 16 UK, Liverpool, Arts Club
Wed 17 UK, Belfast, Limelight 1
Thu 18 Ireland, Dublin, Academy
Sat 20 UK, Glasgow, SWG3
Sun 21 UK, Sheffield, The Leadmill
Mon 22 UK, Leeds, Mono
Wed 24 UK, London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Thu 25 UK, Manchester, O2 Ritz
Fri 26 UK, Cambridge, Cambridge Junction
Sat 27 UK, Portsmouth, Pyramid Centre
Sun 28 UK, Brighton, Concorde 2
Tue 30 UK, Oxford, O2 Academy

Thu 01 France, Rouen, Le 106
Fri 02 France, Lille, Le Splendid
Sun 04 Netherlands, Utrecht, TivoliVrendenburg – Pandora
Tue 06 Netherlands, Nijmegen, Doornroosje
Wed 07 Netherlands, Gronigen, Vera
Wed 07-Sat 10 Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland Airwaves
Sat 10 Germany, Berlin, Säälchen
Tue 13 Germany, Munich, Technikum

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