Superfood are very pleased to announce details of their debut album, and a full UK headline tour to coincide.
The Midlands band release 'Don't Say That' on 3rd November through Infectious Music. It was produced by Al O'Connell at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire, and mixed by Steve Osborne and James Dring.
Listen to new album track, and album opener ‘Lily For Your Pad To Rest On’ below.
Don’t Say That Tracklisting: Lily For Your Pad To Rest On, You Can Believe, Superfood, TV, Pallasades, Mood Bomb, i, It’s Good To See You, Don’t Say That, ii, Melting, Right On Satellite, Like A Daisy.
The album will be available digitally, on CD, and on deluxe foil-packaged red vinyl.
Superfood will also headline the NME New Breed Tour in November, supported by Honeyblood. The nine dates kick off on 31st October at The Oobleck in Birmingham, concluding at The Haunt in Brighton on 12th November. The tour includes a night at Dingwalls in London on the 11th November.
Tickets for all new shows are on pre-sale from 9am Wednesday 3rd September here and on general sale from 9am Friday 5th September here.
All dates are 14+ except Glasgow and Southampton which are 18+
3rd October - Oldham Library
4th October - Unit, Southampton
5th October - Club 85, Hitchin
10th October - The Forum, Tunbridge Wells
31st October - The Oobleck, Birmingham (NME New Breed Tour w/ Honeyblood)
1st November - King Tuts, Glasgow (NME New Breed Tour w/ Honeyblood)
3rd November - Brudenell, Leeds (NME New Breed Tour w/ Honeyblood)
4th November - Epic Studios, Norwich (NME New Breed Tour w/ Honeyblood)
5th November - O2 Academy, Oxford (NME New Breed Tour w/ Honeyblood)
6th November - Deaf Institute, Manchester (NME New Breed Tour w/ Honeyblood)
10th November - Louisiana, Bristol (NME New Breed Tour w/ Honeyblood)
11th November - Dingwalls, London (NME New Breed Tour w/ Honeyblood)
12th November - The Haunt, Brighton (NME New Breed Tour w/ Honeyblood)