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Superorganism Announce Second Album, Release ‘Teenager’

The indie pop group will kick off their world tour this fall in Doornroosje, Nijmegen
Jack Bridgland

Superorganism announced plans to release their second album and shared its first single, “Teenager.” Not enough news? If that’s the case, you’re in luck as the group also revealed plans for a fall tour.

World Wide Pop is slated for release on July 15 and is the band’s first new music since their 2018 self-titled debut. Superorganism recruited a number of heavy-hitting collaborators for the 13-track record, including Stephen Malkmus, Chai, Pi Ja Ma, Dylan Cartlidge, and Gen Hoshino.

“Teenager” celebrates the raw passion of those formative years, and the band tapped former tour mates Chai and Pi Ja Ma for support on the track. It was produced by Stuart Price (Madonna, The Killers), and its AEVA-directed video features actor and comedian Brian Jordan Alvarez.



The ticket presale for the tour begins Tuesday, March 8 and the general ticket sale begins at 10 am local on Thursday, March 16.

World Wide Pop is available for preorder on vinyl, cassette, and digitally now.


World Wide Pop, Superorganism
Superorganism, 2022

World Wide Pop Track List

1. Black Hole Baby
2. World Wide Pop
3. On & On
4. Teenager (feat. CHAI & Pi Ja Ma)
5. It’s Raining (feat. Stephen Malkmus & Dylan Cartlidge)
6. Flying
7. Solar System (feat. CHAI & Boa Constrictors)
8. Into The Sun (feat. Gen Hoshino, Stephen Malkmus & Pi Ja Ma)
9. Put Down Your Phone
11. Oh Come On
12. Don’t Let The Colony Collapse
13. Everything Falls Apart

Superorganism Tour Dates

Sept 3rd – Doornroosje, Nijmegen
Sept 4th – Bitterzoet, Amsterdam
Sept 5th – Nochtspeicher, Hamburg
Sept 6th – Hole 44, Berlin
Sept 7th – Praga Centrum, Warsaw
Sept 9th – Lucerna Music Bar, Prague
Sept 10th – DasWERK, Vienna
Sept 12th – Club Volta, Cologne
Sept 13th – Rotonde – Botanique, Brussels
Sept 14th – La Trabendo, Paris
Sept 16th – Chalk, Brighton
Sept 17th – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
Sept 18th – SWG3 Warehouse, Glasgow
Sept 20th – Gorilla, Manchester
Sept 21st – Scala, London
Sept 27th – Portland House of Music, Portland, ME
Sept 29th – Warsaw, Brooklyn, NY
Sept 30th – Space Ballroom, Hamden, CT
Oct 1st – Paradise Rock Club, Boston, MA
Oct 2nd – L’Astral, Montreal, QC
Oct 3rd – Axis, Toronto, ON
Oct 5th – Skully’s, Columbus, OH
Oct 7th – Lincoln Hall, Chicago, IL
Oct 8th – Majestic Theatre, Madison, WI
Oct 9th – Varsity Theater, Minneapolis, MN
Oct 11th – Meow Wolf, Denver, CO
Oct 12th – Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City, UT
Oct 14th – Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR
Oct 15th – Neumos, Seattle, WA
Oct 16th – Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver, BC
Oct 19th – The Ritz, San Jose, CA
Oct 20th – August Hall, San Francisco, CA
Oct 21st – The Regent, Los Angeles, CA
Oct 22nd – The Music Box, San Diego, CA
Oct 24th – Crescent Ballroom, Phoenix, AZ
Oct 25th – Meow Wolf, Santa Fe, NM
Oct 27th – Scoot Inn, Austin, TX
Oct 28th – Club Dada, Dallas, TX
Oct 29th – White Oak Music Hall, Houston, TX
Nov 1st – Terminal West, Atlanta, GA
Nov 2nd – Basement East, Nashville, TN
Nov 3rd – Motorco Music Hall, Durham, NC
Nov 4th – 930 Club, Washington, DC
Nov 5th – Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA