Photo by Paul Burt
Share video for “Clam”
Taken from their album Eurgh!
Out now via Amour Foo
Watch video for “Clam” here
Listen to the track via Soundcloud here:
Glasgow’s Breakfast Muff shared a charming retro Super-8-style new video for “Clam” with The Beat. Eilidh McMillan explains more about the short and sweet track, “This song is about someone who lashes out at other people because they are scared of being themselves or being exposed in some way.” The song can be found on their new album Eurgh! (out now via Amour Foo).
Over the past year the band have embarked on a 13-date tour of the UK and Europe. Their album Eurgh! was critically acclaimed with features in Kerrang!, The Skinny and Drowned in Sound, plus reviews in Q, DIY, Loud & Quiet and many more. The album was nominated for The Skinny’s Albums of the Year and was included in the Rough Trade Album Club.
A thrillingly uncompromising DIY pop trio, the band consists of Eilidh McMillan (Rapid Tan, Joanna Gruesome), Simone Wilson (Hairband, Mary Column) and Cal Donnelly (Spinning Coin, Rapid Tan), who all switch between guitar, bass and drums in a cacophony of anxiety, celebration and creativity. Featuring songs about sexuality, feminism and feelings, the album ranges from soft to screechy, in an all-round giant dose of fun.
“If the sound of punk is now a heritage concern, its youth, anger and desire to pound the listener awake with the ferocity of imagery and language is reborn in Breakfast Muff.” The List 4*s
“The album is perfect, pissed-off punk.” DIY
“DIY indie rock mess, in the best possible sense.” Kerrang! (The New Band You Need To Hear Now feature)
“Alternately abrasive and caressing boy-girl vocals.” Q
Watch the video for ‘Babyboomers’ here:
Watch video for “R U A Feminist” here:
Listen to “Feast” here:
Eurgh! is out on Amour Foo, order here