International genre-bursting collective Superorganism invite you for a trip into their kaleidoscopic, idiosyncratic, technicolor world as they reveal the video for ‘The Prawn Song’. A prime cut from their acclaimed, self-titled Superorganism debut album and already a cult classic (just check out their incredible live renditions on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts and Last Call With Carson Daily), ‘The Prawn Song’ today comes presented with an incredible video from Superorganism’s in-house visual wizard Robert Strange (the mastermind behind all of Superorganism’s visuals to date)
Check out ‘The Prawn Song’ video HERE
‘The Prawn Song’ video follows the success of Superorganism’s recent remix of Gorillaz’ ‘Humility’, which saw Superorganism lead singer Orono duetting with Damon Albarn over a giddily maximalist take on the track. She also starred in an accompanying video, interacting with the animated band members (and Jack Black!) as they take over Los Angeles’ Venice Beach. In another inspired remix collaboration, Dan The Automator also recently stepped up to put his own unique twist on Superorganism’s crossover anthem ‘Everybody Wants To Be Famous’, with the legendary producer and artist delivering a cinematic take on one of the standout Superorganism tracks
Meanwhile, following a triumphant debut Australian tour including an incredible performance at Splendour In The Grass, the band stopped by the triple j studios to record a mash up of Post Malone and MGMT‘s ‘Congratulations’ for one of the most unique and innovative ‘Like A Version’ performances to date.