"Bad Weather" by Superhumanoids

sh-2_20130315_160029Superhumanoids is a Silver Lake-based trio in love with electronic instruments and pop music. Their collaborative result is dark digi-pop driven by bounteous beats and layered synths –but what cuts through it all is Sarah Chernoff’s soothing voice that melts each track into a state of repose (or as they like to say: “Music to help kiss the doldrums away”). Their debut LP Exhibitionists was released yesterday by Innovative Leisure and while most of its songs carry a suppressed urge to dance, their latest single “Bad Weather” is more lulling:

Superhumanoids‘ album release show is this Friday, August 9th at the Troubadour along with Vanaprasta and Mister Goodnite.


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