Delorean is an unheard of scenario in popular music. 4 guys from the Basque country currently based in Barcelona, free as air, high on O2, who have gradually moved away fromthe punk scene, and are now ready to embrace the kind of club music that a pop band would play.

In 2008, Delorean became focused on the remix business, working on tracks for The Teenagers, The Mystery Jets, The Big Pink, Lemonade and Glasser, which garneredsupport from Pitchfork, The Fader or XL8R as well as many other popular music websites.

In May 2009, Delorean released the Ayrton Senna Ep which confirmed that 2009 is definitely a good year for the band. Pitchfork reviewed both the track "Seasun" and the album "Ayrton Senna EP" as 'best new music', and NME, The Fader, The Guardian, XLR8R and ABC News also gave the record excellent reviews.

Delorean are currently working on a new full length album which was recorded by Hans Krüger and is being mixed by Chris Coady (!!!, Lemonade, Telepathe, Gang Gang Dance). Upon its release, they'll be hitting the road to bring their infectious music to the world.

The new band's album will be released in the second half of 2013 and will contain more pop structures compared to their previous LP, Subiza. Less software and more real instrumentation. It's been recorded in their studio in Barcelona and Gigantic Studios of New York with producer Chris Zane, who has worked with Passion Pit, Mumford & Sons, The Walkmen, Nelly Furtado, Holy Ghost!, etc... Caroline Polacheck from Chairlift sings one of the songs.


Superhumanoids makes dreamy pop that shouts summery ?60s harmonies, garage rock?s raw tonality, slick new-wave electronics, and the adventurous dissonance of ?90s indie rock. originally a solo bedroom project, the la band quickly evolved into a multifaceted foursome equally focused on propulsive live performances and glimmery productions for private listening. superhumanoids? 2008 demos were passed around by pals to friends of pals, leading to remix work for an array of artists including the wombats, zebra and snake, xiu xiu, and local natives. Superhumanoids? formal debut, urgency, was released in 2010 by hit city usa (us) and oh! inverted world (uk) to acclaim from the fader, la weekly, and the guardian. "These slippery characters only got together last year and they like to combine the electronic with the organic, mixing new-fangled programming with good old-fashioned instrument-bashing. Their favorite acts include Neu!, the Beach Boys, the Strokes, the Chills, and Kate Bush, but we can't really hear their influence on Superhumanoids' debut EP, which they produced themselves. They don't really do, as you'd imagine from that list, post-Velvets krautrock surf-pop with eccentric female vocals, but they do recall several bands, often within the same song." --UK Guardian

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