The first two singles from Linnea's Garden were decidedly glammed up dance friendly rock numbers. For the third the band has decided to mix things up quite a bit. Sure, "Superspreader" is glammed up and dance friendly, but the rock side of things is turned way up past eleven. Think if a band like Soundgarden or Tad decided to go all out with a Bowie influence.
Considering the subject matter, "Superspreader" is strangely fun. Linnea Herzog explains the song: "I'd describe it as the ballad of a modern day Typhoid Mary heartbreaker. The inspiration for the lyrics came early in the coronavirus pandemic, when there was a lot of confusion, shifting rules, and dubious science, particularly surrounding the issue of mask wearing... that pervasive sense that there's no escaping the road to ruin."