Diverse and quirky, jangly beats, and dreamy lyrics makes Superfood’s debut album ‘Don’t Say That’ induce a nostalgic coma.
Having supported the likes of Peace and Wolf Alice, the Brummie quartet seem set to be one of 2015’s breakthrough acts. Yet when listening to the (at times dreary and careless) lyrics
The first single of 2014 from the hotly-tipped Superfood is a ram-shackled Lo-Fi scuzzy Garage Indie track filled with a catchy set of lyrics that break-up the glum noise like a ray of sunshine.
This Birmingham, UK band have really only been active since the back-end of 2012 live and music
Midlands four-piece Superfood announce the release of their debut EP, along with dropping a brand-new video for their song TV. The EP, titled MAM, features both Bubbles and Melting, alongside a new track, Houses on the Plain. Catch the quartet live on February 19th at the NME Awards Show in
On a sunny fall Tuesday afternoon, A Music Blog, Yea? headed downtown to interview one of our favourite bands, PEACE. It was a week after the release of EP Delicious when we last spoke with this Birmingham quartet. Now (almost a year later) the band have released their fabulous debut
Superfood are playing the Korova Club on Friday, September 20th in Liverpool. AMBY has partnered up with Korova Club to give away a pair of tickets to see this Birmingham quartet!
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Superfood's Superfood is... super. This four-piece are relatively new with the release of their one track, and we just can't wait to hear more rad music from Superfood! So, we spoke with them about movies based on the band, foods they'd call "super", and the funny story behind their artwork!