If you’re looking for “a cacophony of anxiety, celebration and creativity” – look no further than Glasgow’s Breakfast Muff. The band have shared their cool new track ‘Clam’, which is accompanied by a Super-8-style new video that you can watch below.
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 to create their songs about “sexuality, feminism and feelings”.
Their album Eurgh! (available now via Amour Foo) was critically acclaimed; with features in Kerrang!, The Skinny and Drowned in Sound, plus reviews in Q, DIY, Loud & Quiet and many more. The record was nominated for The Skinny’s Albums of the Year, and was included in the Rough Trade Album Club.
‘Clam’ is featured on the record, and Eilidh McMillan explains:“This song is about someone who lashes out at other people because they are scared of being themselves or being exposed in some way.” Check out the new track below.