A tight, cohesive trio, Breakfast in the Evening is a young band whose skills and promise are as evident as their need to develop them. Guitarist Chris Evans is given ample space to excel on the funky blues-rockers “Highway Robbery” and “Plastic” (“I ain’t no plastic play toy”), which could be better realized in both the mixing and the miking.
Best of the batch, we feel, is “Roadside Melodies” a song that, despite an overall need for some deep, resonant reverb, still allows singer Edd White to convey an affecting sadness. His voice exudes a bit of an Eddie Vedder quality at times, and suggests that with more practice White could achieve a fuller, more confident and forceful tone. Keep on working, guys.
Seeking: Booking, Film/TV
Style: Rock, Blues, Funk
Breakfast in the Evening - "Roadside Melodies"