Superlove have released the follow-up to their thunderous single “GO!”. Enter the equally uproarious new offering, “Something Good”. In addition to this riotous release, Superlove have announced a UK headline tour set to take place in Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham, Southampton and London in June 2023.
Bursting into the ether with an absolute monster of a breakdown, within twenty second of the track’s opening “Something Good” transforms into a supercharged indie-esque bop with electronic flourishes throughout. Introducing listeners to their idiosyncratic noise-pop approach on their debut album, “Colours”, Superlove are cranking the dials up and pushing their own limits in 2023.
“The inspiration behind Something Good may be familiar to a lot of people.”Superlove continue, “it’s about that really awful day where all you want to do is get home and talk it through with your chosen someone. May it be a partner – girlfriend, boyfriend, family member or friend, whoever is your rock. It’s an appreciation of that person in your life who listens and helps you get through it all”.
Diving into the musicality of “Something Good”, Superlove say “this is one of our most Superlove sounding songs to date. It’s got everything we love about this band in there. Big riffs, a catchy chorus, melodic verses, bosh. We’ve really honed in on a specific Superlove sound and we’re genuinely so excited for this next bunch of music, and to be able to share even more of it far and wide very soon.”
Speaking about Superlove’s UK headline tour in June, the band say: “To head out on tour and play these new songs has been something all three of us have been proper dead set on since our recording and writing trip at the start of the year.
Our newest load of music came out of experiences we had last year playing shows so we wanted the energy to be higher, the riffs to be heavier and the sound to be even more reflective of our personalities on stage, so to announce this run of shows amidst that new music is so exciting to us. We’re especially excited to be back in places we haven’t been for a while now in hope to see some familiar and new faces.
Our main purpose with these shows is to provide a big old laugh with loads of mates and a bloody good time of an evening, simple as that.”
Superlove live dates below:
Thursday 1st June – Bristol, Exchange
Saturday 3rd June – Manchester, 33 Oldham Street
Monday 5th June – Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge
Tuesday 6th June – Southampton, The Joiners
Wednesday 7th June – London, Old Blue Last
Saturday 5th August – Liverpool, No Play Festival