|Also known as:||Superorganism|
|Members Name:||Orono Noguchi, Emily, Harry, Tucan, Robert Strange, Ruby, B, and Soul|
|Net Worth in 2021:||$1 million|
|Last Updated:||August 2021|
Superorganism is a popular indie-pop band, which is based in London. The band consists of members, Orono Noguchi, Emily, Harry, Tucan, Robert Strange, Ruby, B, and Soul. The band is most well-known for their debut studio album, “Superorganism” which was a success in multiple countries including, the UK, U.S., Scotland, and New Zealand.
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Superorganism was formed in 2017 by the members, Orono Noguchi (a.k.a. OJ), Harry (a.k.a. Christopher Young), Emily (a.k.a. Mark David Turner), Tucan (Dr. Tucan Taylor Michaels, and Timothy “Tim” Shann), Robert Strange (a.k.a. Blair Everson), Ruby, B, and Soul (a.k.a. Earl Ho). Orono was the vocalist of the group while also contributing to the band through writing, and painting. Emily plays the synthesizer while also being involved in writing and production.
Tucan is a drummer while also contributing to the band through writing, production, and mixing. Robert is involved in visual arts and staging while Ruby is a background musician, vocalist, and dancer. Both B and Soul, like Ruby, are background musicians, vocalists, and dancers. It’s worth being mentioned here that the band was initially just a casual recording project for the members.
The band members are based in the U.S., UK, and Australia. Most of the band members had met online in music forums. Emily, Harry, Tucan, and Robert Strange were previously in a band called The Eversons. Orono was a fan of The Eversons and she first discovered the band through YouTube. Orono first met them in 2015 in Japan and they bonded over their love for Internet memes.
In 2017, the band released its first single, “Something for Your M.I.N.D.” The single was successful in the sense that it was featured on the soundtrack of the immensely popular football simulation video game, “FIFA 18”. The single also became a part of the third season of the popular TV series, “Legion”. In the same year, the band released the singles, “It’s All Good” and “Nobody Cares”.
On the 2nd of March 2018, the band released its debut studio album, “Superorganism”. The album’s single, “Night Time” captured the 45th position on Mexico Ingles Airplay. The album’s single, “Everybody Wants to Be Famous” was especially successful. It captured the 25th position on the Belgium charts, 6th position on the Japan charts, 11th position on the Mexico charts, and 29th position on the US charts.
The album, on the other hand, was even more successful. The album captured the 25th position on the UK charts, 19th position on the Scottish charts, and 4th position on the U.S. and New Zealand charts. In 2019, they were featured on Gen Hoshino’s song, “Same Thing” which captured the 36th position on the Billboard Japan charts. In the same year, their song, “Hello Me & You” became a part of the soundtrack of the popular animated adventure comedy film, “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part”.
Awards & Achievements
While Superorganism hasn’t won any awards as of yet, it has earned a couple of nominations over the years.
- Superorganism was nominated for the 2019 Sweden GAFFA Award in the category of Best Foreign New Act for their album, “Superorganism”.
- Superorganism was nominated for the 2018 MTV Europe Music Award in the category of Best Push for their album, “Superorganism”.
Net Worth & Earnings of Superorganism in 2021
As of 2021, Superorganism has garnered a net worth of $1 million. The band has been quite successful in the few years it has been active and this net worth is only going to improve with time as it gets more opportunities.
Superorganism is an awesome band and looking at the kind of success they have achieved over the years, we can’t wait to find out more about its future projects. With that being said, we wish it the best of luck in all its future endeavors and hope it keeps entertaining us like it always has.