Superorganism are a fine example of a band that carries with them the spirit of an era - our time, the twenty-first century. This is a project that brings together members from various countries, from the UK to Australia, through the United States. This encounter between talents was born through music forums on the internet which already says a lot about the dynamics of Superorganism. Despite the different origins, their epicentre was London, with its multiculturalism and creative effervescence. Mark Turner (Emily), Christopher Young (Harry), Timothy "Tim" Shann (Tucan) and Blair Everson (Robert Strange) were already in an indie band, Eversons, when they met Orono Noguchi on a trip to Japan, who came to add a little more world to this project. “Something for your M.I.N.D.” was born from her voice and her words, becoming the band’s first successful single, which was included in the soundtrack of the FIFA 2018 game. Meanwhile, Ruby and B, two New Zealand singers and Seoul, a South Korean vocalist, have also joined this super-group that now gathers 8 elements who even shared a house together that has since been transformed into a music studio in East End, London. Their influences go from Mark Mothersbaugh, Pavement, Katy Perry, Weezer, Daft Punk to Kanye West. Superorganism’s music is created from these different sensibilities and a common passion for pop culture. A multi-coloured sonority was born from this cauldron, with a touch of psychedelic and many echoes that go beyond music, leaving a lot of room for dialogue with other artistic expressions - never ceasing to be pop, even if strangely so. Their self-titled debut album was released in March 2018 and confirmed the best expectations with strong songs such as "It's All Good" or "Everybody Wants to Be Famous”. The Portuguese audience expects them in July next year in the next edition of Super Bock Super Rock.