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Movement becomes contagious listening to Superhuman Happiness whose joyful sound has been dubbed “physical cinematic dance rock.” The relentlessly creative band became known for ecstatic dance parties at Zebulon in Brooklyn. Their reputation further grew upon touring nationally with artists like Rubblebucket, Marco Benevento and Red Baraat. They wrote and performed the score to the Oscar-nominated documentary film, ‘How To Survive A Plague,’ while other highlights include collaborating with Cults on the ‘Red, Hot & Rio 2’ compilation.
Superhuman Happiness was founded by Bogie, one of the most influential indie rock arrangers over the last decade. His resume includes collaborations with Antibalas, TV on The Radio and Iron & Wine. This past year he toured the world as the saxophonist in The Arcade Fire. It’s together with his own band, however, where Bogie’s vision is so eloquently expressed, that is music striving for Superhuman Happiness.