32 Miles to Breakfast
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32 Miles to Breakfast

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32 Miles to Breakfast are a 4 piece band from Glasgow and their sound is a mix of rock, pop and elements borrowed from the great Country genre. More Importantly it's a sound that would sit well with a mainstream audience ; accesable songs with great hooks reinforced by intelligent lyrics.

When band members Alex McMahon (22), Mike Farrel (25), William McMahon (19) and James Whyte (23) play and write together the resulting songs range from poetic rock/pop with harmonies to an edgy country rock sound. In a review for a Homecoming Scotland compilation album, the Daily Record's Rick Fulton remarked that there was the "country rock swagger of Kings of Leon", in the 32 Miles to Breakfast track Before Dawn. A reviewer for the online magazine Whisperin' and Hollerin' also said, "One of my personal favourites is the harmony kissed country rock on 32 Miles to Breakfast's Before Dawn".

32 Miles are well aquainted with Glasgows music scene, having played most of its best known venues such as King uts, The Classic Grand and Oron Mor. They also gained some valuable festival experience when they played last years tartan heart festival in Inverness.

32 Miles to Breakfast are a band who posess a great determination to be successful in the music business but they need someone within the business who has the ability and vision to share this belief.

"Its well crafted, like Ocean Colour Scene with added Kings of Leon" (venezuela E.P) Rick Fulton , Daily Record

"32 Miles to Breakfast are making some impact, they are proving to be very popular" Iain Anderson , BBC Radio Scotland

"The songs marry catchy tunes to unexpected lyrics. This is accessable Rock and Pop dusted with a smattering of country style guitar that betray laudable influences such as Jackson Browne and The Eagles. Once heard unlikely to be forgotten, so spread the word" Colin Macdonald - The Extra