All Day Breakfast Cafe release new single ‘Adrenaline Rush’!

South London’s all female disco collective All Day Breakfast Cafe are back with another dance floor filler to get you grooving. Taken from their EP Have You Seen This Queen, new single Adrenaline Rush is out now.

The single is instantly infectious, combining funk, disco and pop sensibilities in order to create sound that will immediately get those toes tapping. Talking about the release, guitarist Jelly Cleaver says, “Adrenaline Rush is about that moment of exhilaration. You might feel it when you’re on the dance floor, when you do something new that challenges you or you do anything thrilling. This is your theme tune for that feeling and your reminder to do something that excites you… regularly! The whole EP is a tribute to female friendships and queer joy”.

Self branded as “your own personal hype women”, spreading joy and self-empowerment is what this band is all about. Everyone involved in this project, from the band to the studio engineer, is female or queer. All Day Breakfast Cafe are Jelly (guitar), Loucin Moskofian (vocals), Kasia Konstance (flute), Beth Hopkins (sax) and Lettie Leyland (trumpet), as well as guest members Shakira Malkani (drums) and Alley Lloyd (bass). Hailing from the London Jazz scene alongside the likes of Emma Jean-ThackrayEzra Collective and Blue Lab Beats, they see themselves as a modern day CHIC ready to lead the disco revival!

Their EP Have You Seen This Queen was funded by PRS FoundationRonnie Scotts Foundation and the band’s fans via GoFundMe. They’ve been testing the songs on audiences across the festival circuit over the past year and sold-out headline shows at Royal Albert HallPizza Express Holborn and Hootananny. Their debut EP Builders Brew saw them make the cover of Spotify‘s Jazz UK playlist and receive radio play from BBC Radio 1Jamz Supernova on BBC 1xtra and Steve Lamacq on BBC 6Music. They have also seen support from Spotify’s New Music Friday UK playlist, NPREarmilk and Wordplay Magazine to name a few.

Also available on Bandcamp.

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