The three members of the Los Angeles-based synth pop group Superhumanoids first met while they were playing in separate projects, before realizing their mutual love of classic '80s-era pop songs and modern R&B built on synthesizers, guitars, and drum machines. Multi-instrumentalists Cameron Parkins, Sarah Chernoff, and Max St. John joined together in 2009 and began writing songs. They quickly released an EP, Urgency, in July of 2010, then another EP, Parasite Paradise, followed in early 2011. While playing shows that year and the next, they also spent time recording their first album. After signing with influential indie label Innovative Leisure, the trio released Exhibitionists in the early summer of 2013. ~ Tim SendraPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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