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Hip Hop Group SUPEREGO are…Surprisingly Humble?

Thursday 4th April / presented by Emily Jane

Local group SUPEREGO's inception began in 2016 all the way in Fremantle.
Since then, the guys have toured around Australia multiple times, played at prestigious festivals; and won a number of WAM awards.
Fast forward to today and the six piece gang has released their latest track - BURN - from their upcoming EP, due for release later this year. They'll also be performing back in their local home town down at FREO SOCIAL tomorrow night at 8.00pm.

Out to Lunch's Emily Jane was lucky enough to have in the studio with her today two out of the six members that make up the psychedelic hip-hop group Superego, so they could discuss all things concerning Superego's history AKA: where they've come from, what they've endured (especially with their recent name change!), and where they're off to next.

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