Superorganism perform a #MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland

Within the whimsical surrounds of Can Can Wonderland in St. Paul, Minn., Superorganism perform a MicroShow for The Current before an all-ages audience. (Nate Ryan | MPR)
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The setting couldn't have been more perfect for Superorgansim's MicroShow, recorded Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018, at Can Can Wonderland in St. Paul, Minn.

The members of Superorganism stretched out across the Wee Stage at Can Can Wonderland, where the multi-hued creatures of the Illuminated Reef festoon the upstage wall. Because Superorganism were seated on the stage, the band asked the all-ages audience to also sit on the floor, ensuring all could see the performance. Concert attendees comprised those who had won tickets to the show through The Current's on-air and online giveaways to the event.

Watch the complete MicroShow video above.

Set List


"It's All Good"
"Nobody Cares"
"Night Time"
"The Prawn Song"
"Everybody Wants To Be Famous"
"Something For Your M.I.N.D."
"Congratulations"
Songs 1 to 6 are from Superorganism's 2018 self-titled debut release, available on Domino Records. The eighth song is an unreleased song that mashes up Post Malone's and MGMT's songs, both titled "Congratulations."

This MicroShow is sponsored by New Belgium Brewing Company.

External Links

Superorganism - official site

Can Can Wonderland, St. Paul, Minn.

New Belgium Brewing Company

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  • Superorganism perform a MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland
    Harry (L) and Orono of Superorganism at Can Can Wonderland (Nate Ryan | MPR)
  • Superorganism perform a MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland
    Left to right: B, Harry, Soul, Orono, Ruby and Tucan of Superorganism onstage at Can Can Wonderland (Nate Ryan | MPR)
  • Superorganism perform a MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland
    Superorganism performing a MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland in St. Paul, Minn. (Nate Ryan | MPR)
  • Superorganism perform a MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland
    B and Harry of Superorganism performing at Can Can Wonderland (Nate Ryan | MPR)
  • Superorganism perform a MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland
    Left to right: Harry, Orono and Emily of Superorganism performing a MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland (Nate Ryan | MPR)
  • Superorganism perform a MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland
    Ruby and Tucan of Superorganism performing at Can Can Wonderland (Nate Ryan | MPR)
  • Superorganism perform a MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland
    An inflated Superorganism whale dangles from a microphone stand during the band's MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland in St. Paul. (Nate Ryan | MPR)
  • Superorganism perform a MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland
    Superorganism's Soul and Emily during the band's MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland. (Nate Ryan | MPR)
  • Superorganism perform a MicroShow at Can Can Wonderland
    Superorganism's Orono Noguchi performing at Can Can Wonderland (Nate Ryan | MPR)

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