Now signed with Dirty Hit, Superfood drop the tasty new single ‘Double Dutch’ – the first to be taken from the yet- announced follow up to their debut Don’t Say That.

Not as bouncy as the title suggests, the track is a little less jubilant then we have to come expect from the Birmingham based four-piece.

Touching significantly on The Dandy Warhols – the song suggests a more psychedelic direction for Superfood with dreamy guitar melodies and echoing vocals.

On the surface the track appears quite rosy, which is something we are accustom with the band: “Jumping on the pavement with my friends.” Digging deeper however it is clear how the playground game infers a more poignant topic as front man Dominic Ganderton sings, “See them on the corner everyday at sundown by the streetlights.”

The band, now a two-piece of Dom Ganderton and Ryan Malcolm, are to go on their inaugural Dirty Hit tour alongside King Nun and Pale Waves.

Check out the Dirty Hit tour dates here, and listen to ‘Double Dutch’ below.

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