Superfood 'Melting'

Forming the flipside of their double A-side with former hit 'Bubbles', Birmingham outfit Superfood's new track 'Melting' is one that finds them transporting listeners all the way back to 1993.
The omnipresent 90s vibes and subtle, yet exciting key changes allow the polished track from the Brummie four-piece to flourish, although any deep meaning tucked behind the lyrics are left ambiguous. Not all bands can get away with it, but when you sound so gloriously carefree, who cares how nonsensical and meaningful the words they muster up are? We certainly don't; focus on their tranquilising neo-grunge sound instead.
Having been announced to support Wolf Alice at Koko's NYE Ball, it appears Superfood are quickly finding themselves playing on bigger stages to bigger crowds as the clock ticks. The only question left to ponder upon, is what will 2014 have in store for the group? We can only speculate, but a safe bet should be placed on something beneficial and nutritious.

Words Lauren Wade
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