For those who have never heard of Yeti’s Breakfast before, who are they and what is their music about?
Yeti’s Breakfast is a two piece band. Based in Cheltenham, and coming to the end of our Popular Music degree at the University of Gloucestershire, we both play a variety of instruments. We also like to write in a variety of genres and try to give each song a sound that is recognisably us.
What has been the most rewarding/ most enjoyable highlight of your career so far?
Putting together the chorus ensemble for our new song ‘Remember’ has been incredibly rewarding. I don’t think I can really sum up how it feels to hear 40 people singing our chorus all at once. I listen to the ensemble on repeat!
What have been some major challenges in your music career so far?
Recording during lockdown has been challenging. We’ve had to become masters of shared folders and file sharing! The lack of gigging has also been hard, however, we’re excited to get going in the summer!
What are you grateful for right now in this moment?
I’ve had lots of time to reflect recently, and I have been very grateful for my friends and family who have helped me through the tough times of lockdown.
Physical copies or streaming sites?
We’re on track to get our EP out by the end of April, with a limited run of CDs following shortly after.
What was your most played song of 2020?
Love & Hate by Michael Kiwanuka. It’s a great song.
My most played of 2020 was Ewe by Fabiano Do Nascimento.
A playlist you can’t get enough of?
We’ve been spinning ‘chilly mcbluefingers’ by Joel Francis 24/7.
A dream collaboration?
I’d absolutely love to collaborate with Jacob Collier. I’m a huge fan of his music, and his overall approach to creativity.
& Lastly, what can fans expect from Yeti’s Breakfast in the coming year?
Lots and lots of more music! Along with music videos, ‘getting to know us’ content, gigs and other events. Stay tuned!
Check out their latest single ‘Remember’ below: