Watch Superorganism Perform “Everybody Wants to Be Famous” on “Conan”

Superorganism Out Now via Domino

Sep 25, 2018
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Superorganism are a promising new multi-national band based in London. They feature members from Japan, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, and the U.K. and their self-titled debut album came out in March via Domino. Last night they stopped by Conan to perform "Everybody Wants to Be Famous." The delightfully quirky performance began with singer Orono Noguchi sitting in a lawn chair, wearing sunglasses, and it progressed from there. The young band seemed genuinely excited at the end of the song, that they had pulled off their late night TV performance without a hitch, and host Conan O'Brien was also caught up in their enthusiasm. Watch it below.

We previously shared a video for "Reflections on the Screen" (which was one of our Songs of the Week), their cover of the Pavement classic "Cut Your Hair" (from the Stephen Malkmus-fronted band's 1994 album Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain), and the video for "Night Time." Then the band did a Tiny Desk Concert for NPR and remixed Gorillaz's "Humility," with Noguchi adding extra vocals and appearing in a video for the remix.

Read our interview with Superorganism from earlier this year.

Read our review of Superorganism's debut album.

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