Following the release of their June EP '...but for the moment' (2021), Bristol’s noise-pop trio Superlove have today released a brand new single and music video, ‘Save Yourselves’, an expression of the band's frustration for the current state of the world.
Born at a time when the UK was in great political turmoil and social media proved itself once more to be an intense platform to be consumed within, vocalist Jacob Rice felt he was being bombarded with too much information, too many opinions and not enough fact until it became a sea of confusion.
"This song was just trying to express some frustration in feeling so overwhelmed by everything we watch, read online and see on TV," begins Rice. "Writing 'Save Yourselves’ also had us thinking, what would we do if everything absolutely went to shit? I like to think we would both just go and sit in a forest, out the way of everything with a fire going and just laugh at what a state we got ourselves into. We’re honestly so excited this song is actually coming out as I remember listening to the demo over and over again thinking. oh my god this song is so addictive to listen to haha. We hope people feel the same!”
Stream the official music video for 'Save Yourselves' below.