Indie rock band Superorganism formed in 2017, but the band is already picking up a huge fan base and took to Twitter to announce their 2018 return to Los Angeles and New York. The show they'll be bringing to the cities is called The Superorganism Strikes Back, and they will take place at The Echo in Los Angeles on March 19 and Music Hall of Williamsburg on April 5.
There are eight members of Superorganism with each of them coming from different parts of the world. The success of the indie act in America is impressive since they have yet to release their first full-length album. In 2017, they released three singles and shot music videos for two of them, "Nobody Cares" and "Something for Your M.I.N.D." The band also kicked off 2018 in style, with a brand-new music video and single to open the year in "Everybody Wants To Be Famous."
Not only will Superorganism be returning to the two most significant markets in the United States for special concerts in 2018, but they will also be releasing their debut album, Superorganism. The band is planning to release the album in March, the same month as their Los Angeles show. The exact date has not be stated yet.
AXS has tickets for the Superorganism New York show on sale right now. Prices for the Music Hall of Williamsburg show start at just $15 (buy tickets here). The concert starts at 9 p.m. EST and is an 18-to-enter show.