Supercann are committed to sharing a positive message in a time where the people are increasingly getting more polarised. In a world that is currently fragile, Supercann want to create music their audience can find solace within. Now based in London, Birmingham, North Shields and Denbighshire, Wales, the band actually formed in 2003 at University. However, they didn’t perform under the Supercaan umbrella until 2013.
The band have released thrashing new single “Zoetrope” ahead of their album “A Tiger Walks The Streets.” The track is drenched in nostalgia, with mellow riffs singing above smashing drums whilst a bass line grooves in between. Raw and emotional vocals ensure that the track it’s hard where it’s intended.
Speaking further about the track, they reveal: “Techno flavoured post punk – ‘Zoetrope’ is a sharp observation on the double standards of the people in the top echelons of society who “get to set the rules” but “play by different rules”. A track built “brick by brick”, with each band member recording their parts remotely, Six By Seven’s lead singer and the band’s “hero” Chris Olley adds another dimension to ‘Zoetrope’ in a remixed version of the song.”
The second album ‘A Tiger Walks the Streets,’ is due for release soon, and it’s one to keep your eye on for sure. As Supercaan enters a new era, the album is said to offer perspective in a time that has left so many of us jaded. Supercaan play the West Hampstead Arts Club on the 27th October and Birmingham’s Hare and Hounds on the 29th October, and it’s not one to miss.