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Superorganism: 'Internet is crucial to our existence'



What is more modern than a band with members from all around the world whose work together is based online? The genesis of the pop-collective octet Superorganism ― how the band was made ― is as intriguing as its experimental sound effects and glitzy music videos.

Superorganism defines itself as a "multimedia art project," according to Harry, guitarist, singer-songwriter and composer of the band.

The multinational band consists of members from Japan, New Zealand, Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom and South Korea. They began as a casual recording project among online friends, but developed into a more serious music project.




What is more modern than a band with members from all around the world whose work together is based online? The genesis of the pop-collective octet Superorganism ― how the band was made ― is as intriguing as its experimental sound effects and glitzy music videos.

Superorganism defines itself as a "multimedia art project," according to Harry, guitarist, singer-songwriter and composer of the band.

The multinational band consists of members from Japan, New Zealand, Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom and South Korea. They began as a casual recording project among online friends, but developed into a more serious music project.


Lee Min-young minlee@koreatimes.co.kr


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