Superfood still haven't released a single and yet their reputation is soaring from their brilliant live shows and killer tunes. After supporting PEACE on their UK tour, Superfood played their first major headline show (sold out in days) in Birmingham on 4th July.
As a local reporter later stated "People were climbing on each other's shoulders, diving off the stage, and even swinging from the rafters above."
And after incredible performances at Latitude and Tramline festivals they're now tucked up in the studio this month to finish their debut EP. While they're doing that, we're happy to announce their first ever UK headline tour. It's going to be pretty decent.
"We're skiving off and going on tour. Spicing up our lives in a huge way come September, hope you can join us." - Superfood
07-Sep Hull Freedom Festival
10-Sep Bristol Lousiana
11-Sep Nottingham Bodega
12-Sep Oxford Bullingdon
13-Sep Southampton Joiners
14-Sep Portsmouth Southsea Festival
17-Sep St Albans The Horn
18-Sep Sheffield The Harley
19-Sep Newcastle Think Tank
20-Sep Liverpool Korova
21-Sep Leicester The Cookie Jar
24-Sep Guildford Boileroom
25-Sep London The Old Blue Last (FREE)
26-Sep Manchester Deaf Institute (FREE)
27-Sep Brighton Green Door Store (FREE)
28-Sep Gloucester Underground Festival
01-Oct Cambridge Portland Arms
02-Oct Leeds Belgrave Music Hall (FREE)
03-Oct Birmingham The Rainbow (FREE)
04-Oct Glasgow Nice N Sleazy (FREE)
05-Oct Belfast Voodoo
06-Oct Dublin Academy 2
Tickets are on sale this Friday 26th July.
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