Superfood are London via Birmingham duo, Dom Ganderton and Ryan Malcolm. After spending the last couple of years in their studio exploring sounds and working on new music they started their new incarnation alongside Dirty Hit. Superfood’s second album will be released later this year and is born out of a new found freedom, enabling them to take their music to completely new and exciting places.

Free from outside influences, the record bursts with light but the album’s formation still wasn’t without its problems, “we had no money, no label and wanted to give up several times.” says frontman Dom. The band emerged through the struggles with a record that serves as a document to perseverance, while putting to bed any notion of a difficult second record and pointing to an exciting future for the band.

Superfood recently headlined the inaugural Dirty Hit tour, with further shows at Great Escape and Reading & Leeds to come.

Superfood Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘I Can’t See’ below:

Plus support from IVORY WAVE

Brummie five-piece Ivory Wave released their highly anticipated third single ‘Separate beat’ on Monday 1st May. The new track, is produced by Matt Terry and recorded at Warwickshire’s Vada Studios and features the same unique combination of indie, hip-hop and dance music.

A follow-up to previous tracks, the Kasabian-influenced ‘Club’ and the infectious ‘Paradise’, the new tune is the most psychedelic leaning by the indie-electro band who have a growing army of fans now marching, and singing, behind them.

Ivory Wave Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Separate Beat’ below:

Plus support from SPILT MILK SOCIETY

Spilt Milk Society are a 5-piece band from the Midlands making indie/rock music. Starting out at house parties and building up an online presence of over 16,000 monthly listeners and half a million total streams; they have been described by the likes of Fred Perry Subculture as one of Birmingham’s brightest future bands. The Spilt Milk boys have done live sessions for Pirate Studios, BBC Introducing West Midlands and BBC Introducing Shropshire.

Past shows include sold out hometown headline performances as well as appearing at The Great Escape Festival 2017, hand picked by Steve Lamaq to play on the BBC introducing Stage. Spilt Milk Society have supported the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club’s newest musical endeavour Toothless, Trudy and the Romance, The Blinders and Tender.

Spilt Milk Society Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘She Tastes Like Summer’ below:

This event is presented by Birmingham Promoters and Sonic Gun Concerts