After releasing their self-titled debut album in March on Domino, and playing some high profile shows at SXSW, including FADER Fort and NPR's showcase at Stubb's, Superorganism headlined a sold out show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on Thursday (4/5). Members of the pop collective came onstage wearing raincoats and holding bells, which they quickly traded for streamer-adorned tambourines. A trio of backup vocalists did a dance routine throughout the show that seemed partially choreographed and partially just a spontaneous response to the buoyant, catchy music. The party mood extended to the crowd, with most of the people around me singing and dancing along for the duration of the set. Pictures from the show, including some of opener Helena Deland, are in the gallery above, and video clips are below.

Superorganism play a few more US shows before heading overseas to play some festivals, including Primavera Sound and Iceland Airwaves. They return to North America for Lollapalooza in August.