Watch: Superfood share video for ‘I Can’t See’

Superfood share video for ‘I Can’t See’

The band’s new album ‘Bambino’ came out on Friday.

Superfood released their brilliant, five star-rated new album ‘Bambino’ last Friday (8th September), and have now shared a new video for one of its standout tracks and previous single, ‘I Can’t See’.

The clip sees Dom Ganderton, Ryan Malcolm and band looking pretty plush and proper, playing against a background of a huge stack of speakers.

The clip follows very quickly on from the pair’s video for ‘Unstoppable’, which sees them caught on CCTV and causing all kinds of havoc on the night bus.

Superfood are in the new issue of DIY, talking all things ‘Bambino’, and how they turned around a pretty dire situation to create the year’s best comeback.

“Everything with the first album just kind of snowballed,” Dom told us, “with money in our banks each month, and that being that and us being complacent as a result. Now, having nearly been kicked out of our flats, and surviving on nothing for over a year, it means so much more to have done this,” he continues, the pride in his voice unmistakable. “I think we needed that.”

“When we first got signed and everything started to happen,” the vocalist continues, looking back with a decent slice of dissatisfaction, “we’d look at ourselves and ask each other if we were being pranked. We’d go into meetings and expect to come out and someone just start laughing at us and tell us the joke’s over. With this record - starting with nothing and putting so much of our hard work into it and doing everything ourselves - it’s the most satisfying thing.”

Read the full Superfood feature here, and watch the ‘I Can’t See’ video below. The band head out on a full UK and Irish tour later this year - view the dates below the jump.

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OCTOBER
04 Bristol, Thekla
05 Southampton, Joiners
06 London, Garage
09 Newcastle, Think Tank
10 Glasgow, King Tut’s
11 Birmingham, Mama Roux’s
12 Nottingham, Bodega
13 Leicester, Dryden Street Social

NOVEMBER
08 Bristol, O2 Academy
09 Manchester, O2 Apollo
11 Glasgow, Barrowlands
13 Newcastle, 02 Academy
15 Nottingham, Rock City
16 Birmingham, O2 Academy
17 Norwich, UEA
18 Leeds, O2 Academy
20 Brighton, Dome
21 Southampton, O2 Guildhall
24 London, Alexandra Palace
27 Belfast, Ulster Hall
28 Dublin, Olympia

(all November dates in support of Wolf Alice)