Midwest rock warriors. Described as “one of the best (and most overlooked) rock bands in the Twin Cities,” Superhopper holds no grudge against any of their peers. In fact, Superhopper enjoys sharing the stage with, and being compared to, some of the best bands in the country. From Dillinger Four, The Soviettes (RIP), the Plastic Constellations, and Hockey Night, Superhopper loves the Twin Cities and wouldn’t trade their home for the world.
Yet home is oftentimes much better when it is missed. Nothing has stopped Superhopper from spreading their acute fondness of booze, rock and “not being an asshole” around the country. After hitting the road throughout the Midwest and to the East Coast, Superhopper knows there is more love to go around.
What they do is catchy. It is definitely not “pop punk.” A bar band that you actually want to hear on the radio.
Others say Superhopper sounds like: Dillinger Four, The Soviettes, The Hold Steady, Buzzcocks, Husker Du, The Replacements, Guided by Voices
Latest CD: Superhopper “Party Killers” released in 2006 by Guilt Ridden Pop Records.
- Mission 651 (Split 7") (1998)
- Music for Downtowns (1999)
- Days of Wine and Whiskey (2001)
- Does this Sound Exciting Yet? (2003)
- Party Killers (2006)
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