SUPERHUMANOIDS UNVEIL “TOO YOUNG FOR LOVE”
On Tour Now with Active Child & Balam Acab LA-based Superhumanoids are pleased to unveil “Too Young for Love” which is the 2nd track from their upcoming Exhibitionists LP. With this song the band continues a most ambitious creative path that was set-forth with the album’s blistering track “Geri.” With “Too Young for Love,” Superhumanoids created an ode to unrequited love filled with an assemblage of synth melodies and infallible beats. They are also currently on tour supporting Active Child and Balam Acab, a full list of dates is below.
Download “Too Young for Love” here courtesy of Neon Gold.
Previously the band released “Geri” which you can download here,
Originally the solo bedroom project of Cameron Parkins, the LA band quickly evolved into a multifaceted outfit featuring Sarah Chernoff (Vocals and keys), and Max St. John (bass, vocals, and programming) equally focused on propulsive live performances and glimmery productions for private listening. Superhumanoids’ 2008 demos were passed around by pals to friends of pals, leading to remix work for an array of artists including Local Natives, The Wombats, Fool’s Gold, and Xiu Xiu.
5/09 Washington, DC, Black Cat*
5/10 New York City NY, Bowery Ballroom*
5/11 New York City, NY, Mercury Lounge*
5/12 Boston, MA, Brighton Music Hall*
5/14 Montreal, QC, Il Motore*
5/15 Toronto, ON, Lee’s Palace*
5/16 Chicago, IL, Lincoln Hall*
5/17 St Louis, MO, Firebird*
5/18 Lawrence, KS, The Jackpot Saloon*
5/19 Denver, CO, Bluebird Theater*
5/20 Fort Collins, CO, Aggie Theatre*
5/22 Salt Lake City, UT, Urban Lounge*
6/01 Natural History Museum, Los Angeles, CA^
* w/ Active Child, Balam Acab
^ w/ Cut Chemist