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April 2020
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Any Other Questions with... Superfood

Dom from Superfood tackles this month’s daft queries.
Published: 12:39 pm, March 02, 2018
Any Other Questions with... Superfood
This month, Dom from Superfood runs the gauntlet of our random, stupid queries.

What have you been up to today?
To be honest, I haven’t been up long, my housemates decided to have a little Sunday night get together at about 11pm last night, so I didn’t get much sleep and am being passive aggressive through an article. I hope one of them sees this its way better than a Post-It note. STOP PLAYING BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN.

Tell us a secret about yourself?
I can talk to squirrels.

What’s your favourite thing about being a musician?
The financial stability and confidence that comes with letting people know exactly how you feel.

What was the last thing you broke?
My hoover. And I’m gutted because it was a Dyson, I thought they were bombproof.

When’s your birthday?
5th July. The day after Will Smith blew up all the aliens.

What’s your biggest accomplishment?
Getting music I recorded on my laptop onto Radio One.

What strength Nandos sauce do you order?
I like to let the chicken be chicken and make it sing with the sauce on the side.

Have you got any secret tattoos?
I’ve got an extremely small dot on my knuckle, but I’ve always wanted a king prawn on me somewhere.

What’s the best song you’ve written or played on?
There's a track from our next batch of tracks called ‘Shapeshifting’ that I’m very proud of.

If you could have a superpower of your choosing, what would it be?
Being able to locate everything in a kitchen as you walk in, I normally am pretty good at guessing where the cutlery is but would just like to be certain. That and being able to control the weather when you are hungover.

How punk are you out of ten?
10.

How tall are you?
6ft.

What did you last dream about?
Being pulled down a ‘golf hole (?)’ by Micheal Jordan.

Who’s your favourite pop star?
Little Mix r my absolute favs atm.

What’s your biggest fear?
Quicksand.

What’s the most impressive thing you can cook?
I cook a great charred cauliflower curry. Just any curry in fact.

Have you ever won anything?
I won a knock-off iPad thing in a machine at a service station a few months ago; it was a special moment.

Do you believe in aliens?
Yes.

If you had to bathe in a foodstuff for charity, what would you pick?
Pickled Onion Monster Munch. I imagine it’d be quite exfoliating as well.

Have you ever fallen over onstage?
A few times.

Taken from the March issue of Dork, out now.




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