Superhumanoids‘ 2013 release, Exhibitionits, is the kind of album you don’t realize you’ve had on repeat for hours until your nearest co-worker starts to flag down HR out of concern. You can fixate on the exuberant and bright 80’s sounds of “So Strange” and “Too Young For Love” just as much as the dark hypnotizing synth of “Bad Weather”. Thankfully, the LA-based three piece will soon enough provide more to further ingrain in our minds.

Their second full length album, Do You Feel Ok?, is set for a September 11th release via Innovative Leisure. The first two singles that have emerged (“Norwegian Black Metal”, “Anxious in Venice”) both offer dance-ready choruses complete with the airy, precision controlled vocals of Sarah Chernoff.

As the new record nears, the band will hit the road covering much of the country holding the inaugural date in our fair town. The kickoff show at the Rickshaw Stop will be supported by local O and Brookyln’s Rush Midnight.

Superhumanoids, O, Rush Midnight
Rickshaw Stop
September 15, 2015
8pm, $12, (All Ages)