The new alternative/punk/grunge sound, hailing from central Manchester and Bolton and follow the age-old tradition of four school friends (including a pair of brothers) who formed a band to make music and escape reality for a while. However, the pandemic struck and in response to the effects of this modern day plague came their debut single Scrubber . "If one song needs to be heard and shared that highlights the anger, frustration and feeling of being let down by our leaders, Scrubber is that song." - National Radio Pluggers The Lost Agency, who are currently working with the band. Supera Morza are a fresh new face to the North West Alt/Rock music scene. "We aren't really fans of genre" says guitarist Finn. "We try to make music that encapsulates a wide variety of audiences as we love connecting with other people through our art." Despite being a new band currently, the lads have been together for years before under a different name and their years of experience with gigging will prove to be an unmissable experience in the near future. And now, months after the release of Scrubber comes Roadkill. The blistering second single combining hard rock with experimental grunge, already smashing it's way through radio stations such as XS Manchester and Amazing Radio, Roadkill is set to tear the house down.