Superfood announce debut album, ‘Don’t Say That’

Superfood announce debut album, ‘Don’t Say That’

Listen to a brand new track, ‘Lily For Your Pad To Rest On’.

Birmingham’s Superfood have announced the details for their debut album, ‘Don’t Say That’.

The Dom Ganderton-led four-piece’s first work is due out 3rd November via Infectious Music, with production coming from Al O’Connell.

Alongside the album announcement, Superfood have also shared a new track, plus news of a forthcoming tour with Scottish triumphs Honeyblood.

‘Lily For Your Pad To Rest On’ - the album’s opening track - is streaming now, showcasing a broken beats, Beck-inspired direction. It sits alongside previously unveiled singles ‘TV’, ‘Melting’, ‘Right On Satellite’ and ‘Superfood’ - see the full tracklist below.

“We didn’t have a drummer when we first got together,” Ganderton told DIY in a recent interview. “I had this sample pack of hip-hop drum loops and then we’d just put bass and guitar over it. All the demos are broken beats and stuff, and we’ve tried to re-create that, crushing it up and making it sound a little rough.” That explains this appetite-whetting opener, then.

Pre-orders of the album receive an instant download of ‘Lily For Your Pad To Rest On’.

Lily For Your Pad To Rest On
You Can Believe
Mood Bomb
It’s Good To See You
Don’t Say That
Right On Satellite
Like A Daisy

Superfood head out on the following UK dates (*= w/ Honeyblood)


03 Oldham, Library

04 Southampton, Unit

05 Hitchin, Club 85

10 Tunbridge Wells, The Forum

31 Birmingham, The Oobleck *


01 Glasgow, King Tuts *

03 Leeds, Brudenell *

04 Norwich, Epic Studios *

05 Oxford, O2 Academy *

06 Manchester, Deaf Institute *

10 Bristol, Louisiana *

11 London, Dingwalls *

12 Brighton, The Haunt *

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