SINGLE REVIEW: Superfood – Bubbles


Being caught in the end of the whirlwind success of ‘B-town’ was a only a positive step for Superfood, whose distinctly contagious rusty riffs underlay the foundation for a special indie dance track from the outset.

The crossover between genres is almost palpable, not one settlement in between angelic pop music to luminous rock bordering on the grunge sub-genre. There’s a disorganised charming disarray that flourishes and echoes Blur’s ‘Modern Life Is Rubbish’. Superfood frontman Dom Ganderton describes the latest surfaced piece as a “beautiful mess” and there is nothing negatively contextual to disagree with that statement.

Ciaran McDermott

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