After releasing one of our Album Picks of 2013 with the debut Hands, New York based septet Superhuman Happiness had us craving for new material. The wait is finally over. They have unveiled a brand new song, ‘Catch A Break’, featuring vocalist Andrea Diaz and produced by Sam Cohen. We’ll keep our eyes peeled for more. Now listen to ‘Catch A Break’.
You probably already know that New York based septet Superhuman Happiness won us over a long time ago. Their debut album, Hands, released last March, is one of our Picks of the Year and we’ve been playing it again and again.
Superhuman Happiness have just put out the perfect visual accompaniment to ‘Second Heart’, one of the album’s outstanding and infectious tracks. As director Tatiana McCabe explained, the video for ‘Second Heart’ is based “around a psychedelic exploration of how love, perspective, and choices can color our lives”.
Star-studded collective Superhuman Happiness sent us this month's instalment all the way from Brooklyn, New York. The infectious rhythm and joyful energy we love them for resonates through the 17 tracks they handpicked for the mixtape. Press play and dance!
Hot on the heels of their recently released debut album Hands, Superhuman Happiness have just premiered a video to accompany ‘Sentimental Pieces’, directed by bandleader Stuart Bogie and featuring the band’s own crafty keyboardist Jared Samuel. Check it out below.
You probably know by now we have been highly anticipating the release of Hands, the debut album from New York based collective Superhuman Happiness. The wait is finally over and the septet’s album came out yesterday via The Royal Potato Family.
Hands, which takes its name from a series of hand-clapping games the band would play at the beginning of each rehearsal, is a joyful, vibrant, infectious and sexy album. A kaleidoscopic party is to be had listening to it.
We might soon be hearing more from Superhuman Happiness here on Cast the Dice. Before that, make sure you head over to Spinner where the full album is streaming, or buy it here. You’ll be listening to it again and again.