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About Superfood

Featuring Dominic Ganderton (vocals, guitar), Ryan Malcolm (vocals, guitar), Emily Baker (bass), and Carl Griffin (drums), Birmingham, England pop ensemble Superfood combine bright vocal melodies and playful lyrics with Brit-pop-infused guitars and garage rock percussion. While producing for fellow Midlands bands such as Peace and Swim Deep, Ganderton was also writing his own compositions. Aiming to put an ensemble together to take his material live, he formed Superfood in late 2012 with Malcolm, Baker, and Griffin, friends he had met on the local weekend party scene two years previously. With a number of songs under their belt, Superfood went on to put out their debut EP -- titled MAM -- in 2013. The quartet made its way onto the live scene the same year, with the group's fan base burgeoning after an appearance at the Great Escape Festival in Brighton, followed by an opening slot in Paris for American pop act Fun. They went on to sign with Infectious and put out their debut full-length, Don't Say That, in late 2014. The album received positive reviews, with some critics comparing the band's sound to that of Beck and AM-era Arctic Monkeys. The group promoted the record on a European tour before returning to the studio. Superfood signed with Dirty Hit for their sophomore effort, 2017's Bambino. The record boasted sleeker production techniques than its predecessor and featured the anthemic singles "Unstoppable" and "I Can't See." Superfood also headed out on tour with labelmates Pale Waves and King Nun in 2017. ~ Rob Wacey

Birmingham, England
October 2012
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