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Superfood. I absolutely love this band, they’re so unique and so loveable at the same time. Their music is so absorbingly cheery, it’s hard to physically turn it off. And not to mention, their production is always so magnificent. And after seeing them support Wolf Alice in November I started to like them even more, I’ll still be listening to this album in 2018 and I hope you will be too.

Following the release of singles Double Dutch and I Can’t See, Superfood (aka Dom Ganderton and Ryan Malcolm) release their long-awaited second album Bambino. Bambino is the band’s first album through Dirty Hit and one that tears apart the rule book of what should be expected of a band in 2017, as the London via Birmingham two-piece fuse sample led dub to their technicolour indie. Stand out track Unstoppable is one of the band’s most immediate tracks to date. Sampling the late Prince Buster, the song hurtles along with a fizzing energy and indisputably contagious melodies.

Bambino was recorded over the past couple of years. Free from outside influence, the self-produced record bursts with light but the album’s formation wasn’t without its problems, “we had no money, no label and wanted to give up several times.” says frontman Ganderton. The band emerged through the struggles with a record that serves as a document to perseverance, while putting to bed any notion of a difficult second record and pointing to an exciting new direction for the band.

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Superfood have released the music video for their latest single ‘I Can’t See’The track is taken from their recently released second full-length album ‘Bambino’.

Next month, Superfood will hit the road for an eight-date headline tour. The band will also make an appearance at Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival on October 7th at Sound Control.

“The song speaks about our experiences in love and friendship and the importance of having someone there for you,” say the band of ‘I Can’t See’, “when you need help the most. It gives away another side to the album and the commitment we’ve taken to make sure we’ve pushed ourselves to go outside what we feel most comfortable in.”

It follows on from first glimpse ‘Double Dutch’, their first release with new label Dirty Hit.