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The Birmingham band played the final night of the residency last night (December 18)

Superfood brought Jack Rocks The Macbeth to a close with a raucous performance last night (December 18).

The Birmingham band played to a venue of competition winners, treating the fans to renditions of songs taken from their recently released debut album ‘Don’t Say That’. The quartet opened with singles ‘Bubbles’ and ‘TV’, before continuing the short set with ‘Melting’.

“Is everyone fucking excited for Christmas?” frontman Dom Ganderton asked the crowd midway through the performance, adding “I don’t know why I had to put a swear word in there.”

Fans clambered onto friends’ shoulders and the edge of the stage as the band launched into ‘You Can Believe’, while the set came to a close with ‘Right On Satellite’ and ‘Superfood’. The latter saw bassist Emily Baker jump into the crowd as the song reached its end.

Jack Daniel’s in association with NME and Spotify have been collaborating with Hoxton music venue The Macbeth to create a new hub for shows from bands big and small, as well as hosting sessions and video interviews. Artists who’ve performed at the venue over the past three months include La Roux, Twin Peaks and All We Are.

Superfood played:

‘Bubbles’
‘TV’
‘Melting’
‘You Can Believe’
‘Mood Bomb’
‘Right On Satellite’
‘Superfood’

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