Superhuman Happiness share new video and remix ahead of debut album release

Superhuman Happiness

New York septet Superhuman Happiness will release their much anticipated debut album Hands on March 5th via The Royal Potato Family. We were already won over with the excellent first single ‘See Me On My Way’ and now they have spiced things up with a smashing live video for another song off Hands, ‘I Can Hear You Calling’. The track will also be featured in the forthcoming documentary film I Can Hear You Calling: A Musical Community in New York City.

There’s more treats from Superhuman Happiness. They have also shared The Juan MacLean remix of theirs and Cults’ collaborative rendition of Caetano Veloso’s ‘Um Canto De Afoxé Para O Bloco De Ilê (Ilê Ayê)’. The original recording was first released on the 2011’s AIDS benefit Red Hot + Rio 2, which pays tribute to the Tropicália movement. Listen to the original cover and The Juan Maclean remix straight after their infectious video for ‘I Can Hear You Calling’. Enjoy.



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