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"Recent reviews"

'Certainly worth checking out' - Kerrang

'A High Octane, Ska-fuelled Rampage' - Scorpio Webzine

'Spreading infectious enthusiasm in pandemic proportions wherever they happen to find themselves, these guys are life-threateningly good fun.' - Nottingham Live Magazine

'Finally, the spell was broken, as the band’s riotous ska-punk pulled ever greater numbers of skankers to the front of the stage, this 6 piece might be here to save us all' - Leftlion Magazine

'Proving their is life and direction in the genre (of Ska/Punk) yet with this refreshing and impressive debut album' - Shufflecore Webzine/TNS Magazine

'An oddly engaging re-arrangement of some unusually retro musical devices organised in to a totally unpredictable wander through an oddly modern landscape of reggae, dub, two-tone and punk. Great stuff.' - Bananatown Webzine

'If the Government knew these kind of shenanigans were going on they’d surely make them illegal! I think we could drop carbon fuels, nuclear get to the back, just link the National Grid up to these guys. Great, great vibes.' - Nusic Webzine/Podcast

'This is a record, which will be sure to warm your bones on cold winter nights. Considering it’s the first record from Bread Chasers it’s pretty obvious there will be big things to come from this band in the not so distant future.' - Read No Musical Evil Webzine

'Highlight of the day' - Trent FM - As listed


Time to Stop Album - Offcut Records 2010



Formed in 2009, Breadchasers quickly got up and running after 6 ska, punk and reggae fans united through a love and passion for making lively music that would get people singing and dancing!
By 2011 the band had released debut album 'Time To Stop' on Offcut Records, toured the UK and Europe and supported many of the top Ska and Punk bands from around the world including The Beat, Chris Murray, Spunge, Sonic Boom Six and The Skints.

In 2011 the band toured the UK for a second time and played festivals such as Godiva, Headstock, Burtfest and headlined the up and coming band stage at Glastonbudget.

The second half of 2011 saw major changes in the band with 3 members parting ways with Breadchasers over a 6 month period but by the time the band played their last original lineup gig in Feb 2012, new members had been found and were preparing to record new material and hit the road again in 2012!