If you caught their first single "Something For Your M.I.N.D." before it was scrapped from the face of the Earth due to sample clearance issues, you probably heard their nutshell bio: Superorganism are apparently 17-year-old Orono from Maine and her seven Londoner accomplices. But who really cares about that right now?
What's important is that their music is the answer to the world's current attention deficit, and they have a new track to slide into place as their debut law-abiding single. It's jarringly beautiful and so alive - you can't just sit there and passively listen to this. We're talkin' a nice glitchy flurry of surreal image recognition for your brain: human faculties warping, technology malfunctioning, a familiar voice soothing you as civilization explodes around you, etc. Feels good even if it seems like it shouldn't. Make sense? No? Doesn't have to.
I don't remember the last time I felt this satisfied after being exposed to such chaos. Really can't wait to see what sprouts from the madness they throw at their next track.