Aussie R&B legends THE BREADMAKERS are back with a brand new album.
The band's seventh full-length, but only their second in more than twenty years, the self-titled album follows on from 2008's Night Of The Cobra.
Born into Melbourne's late-80s garage underground, The Breadmakers quickly earned a fierce reputation as one of the best live bands around with their explosive delivery of primitive R&B in the manner of The Pretty Things, Downliners Sect and the early Stones. Since then they've made regular appearances at garage festivals across their homeland as well as in Europe and Japan.
Featuring ten new Breadmakers originals, plus a brace of covers in Danny Burk & The Invaders' 'Ain't Goin' Nowhere' and The Marksmen's 'Moonshine', the album was recorded by Eddy Current Suppression Ring's Mikey Young in a surf-shack in Sorrento on the Victorian coast.