The Birmingham band's debut will be released on November 3
Superfood have announced details of their debut album ‘Don’t Say That’.
‘Don’t Say That’ will be released on November 3 through Infectious Music (Alt-J, These New Puritans).
Recorded at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire, the record was produced by Al O’Connell and mixed by Steve Osborne and James Dring, and includes previous singles ‘Superfood’, ‘TV’ and EP track ‘Melting’ as well as a host of new material. Scroll down to hear album opener ‘Lily For Your Pad To Rest On’ now.
The tracklist for ‘Don’t Say That’ is as follows:
‘Lily For Your Pad To Rest On’
‘You Can Believe’
‘It’s Good To See You’
‘Don’t Say That’
‘Right On Satellite’
‘Like A Daisy’
As well as a short run of their own dates, Superfood have also been confirmed as headliners for the forthcoming NME New Breed Tour 2014, with support on all dates coming from Glasgow’s Honeyblood.
Opening each night will be a different local band from the host city, handpicked by NME and Superfood. Details will be announced next month.
Superfood will play:
Birmingham, The Oobleck (October 31)
Glasgow, King Tuts (November 1)
Leeds, Brudenell (3)
Norwich, Epic Studios (4)
Oxford, o2 Academy (5)
Manchester, Deaf Institute (6)
Bristol, Louisiana (10)
London, Dingwalls (11)
Brighton, Haunt (12)
Pre-sale tickets for all dates will be available from 9am on Wednesday (September 3), before going on general sale at 9am on Friday (September 5).