All Day Breakfast Cafe
All Day Breakfast Cafe are a seven-piece all-female group who have crowned themselves as South London's favourite disco band. As a band they model themselves as your own personal hype women, with songs about self-love, positivity and ending toxic relationships. Hailing from the London jazz scene, the band was born just in time for lockdown 2020. Having put their energy into the recording studio instead, they released their debut EP Builder's Brew (a play on Miles Davis' psychedelic jazz album Bitches Brew) in 2021, followed by their second EP 'Have You Seen This Queen' in 2023 which was also released on vinyl. They've been interviewed on NPR, BBC Radio 1xtra and Jazz FM and championed by the likes of Jamz Supernova, Steve Lamacq and Robert Elms. They’ve been the face of Spotify’s Jazz UK playlist as well as making New Music Friday several times. They love to bring the party to their live shows with breakfast-themed games like egg-and-spoon races, pancake flipping contests and dance-offs. They've become festival favourites playing over 20 summer festivals including Wilderness, Boomtown and London Jazz festival, and done headline gigs at Oslo, Royal Albert Hall, Hootannay and Pizza Express Holborn. They're on a mission to spread disco-joy and to get everyone dancing!
All Day Breakfast Cafe are grateful for the support from PRS Foundation and Ronnie Scott's Foundation in recording and releasing their second EP.