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Satan - Breakfast MUFF - Rainbow Yawn

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  1. Glaswegian D.I.Y. punks Breakfast Muff were formed in the city's ever fruitful music scene in It's a scene that Eilidh McMillan, Simone Wilson, and Cal Donnelly were already familiar with, as the group was made up of members from Rapid Tan, Spinning Coin, Joanna Gruesome, and Hairband.
  2. Find Breakfast Muff biography and history on AllMusic The Feels, in over just two days, and later that same year they released a follow-up, the mini-album Rainbow Yawn, which was recorded in three days. The trio also began to gig extensively, touring with artists like Diet Cig and Colleen Green.
  3. Their second, 'Rainbow Yawn', was made in three, and their latest, 'Eurgh!' in four. Despite how speedy they are in the studio, Breakfast Muff have received critical acclaim across the board, and continue to impress with 'Eurgh!', which hit shelves in
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  6. Breakfast MUFF are part of a new wave of bands pouring out of Scotland's sewers. Debauched, fuzzed up thrills, the band are part of the loose-knit collective that settles around Fuzzkill Records. New tape 'Rainbow Yawn' contains seven tracks of primordial ooze, the sort of sound a Big Muff pedal makes when it's stamped to within an inch of its life.
  7. Jun 14,  · Video animated by George Garthwaite 'R U A Feminist' is taken from the album 'Eurgh!' out 7th July Pre order CD/LP/Digital here: bluesrock.gravelmoondonndorintrius.infoinfo Pre order the .
  8. Maybe (okay, certainly) not to everyone’s taste, Breakfast Muff are as uncompromising here as on previous records like 's Rainbow Yawn. Even if you spend most of the record wondering what, exactly, a ‘breakfast muff’ is, you’d have to admit that Eurgh! is an ambitious, admirable album. Despite not offering up anything especially.

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