Lunchtime are notorious for surprising fans with their genre experiments. Their last few releases alone have been extremely polarising yet all exude the signature Lunchtime sound. Starting with punk anthem Show N Tell, the band quickly followed up with indie ballad Deception Bay, before airing their most recent grunge banger (guaranteed to make you cry) Science of Sorrow, never failing to deliver with their honest and raw compositions. Despite the tour being hindered by COVID restrictions, the band are set to play dates on the Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Toowoomba, Moreton Bay, Ipswich and Brisbane.
All in A Row is one of the heavier songs on the Lunchtime spectrum. In the midst of the 2020 lockdown the band recorded this single independently in their lounge room, with the final mix and master by Timothy Wheaton. The song is a dedication to unfaithfulness. Unlike the traditional break up song it explores childish themes of cutting off grief and going on the offense, with the rally cry of “I’ll take this to the grave” highlighting that holding grudges may not be the best way to heal but it does make for good music.
Influenced by a wide mix of genres, Lunchtime’s songs are incredibly catchy and are a fusion of grunge, punk and indie rock which result in tunes that may induce ear orgasms. Lunchtime have attracted the attention of Triple J Unearthed digital radio and have received heavy airplay on local radio stations. They have been playing a multitude of shows in the Greater Brisbane region and were the local support for Legs Electric (WA), WALKEN (QLD) and These New South Whales & RAAVE TAPES (NSW) on their recent Australian tours.
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“If this is the calibre of talent coming up in the younger generation, rock is in good hands.” Simon Valentine, Wall of Sound
“With a rebellious attitude and beats reminiscent of punk and grunge greats like Nirvana and the Sex Pistols, Lunchtime’s latest banger is a smashing preview of what they have to offer.” Mimm Steele, Music is my Muse
“Lunchtime are a band that wouldn’t be out of place in the ‘90s; the dream of the ‘90s is alive in Brisbane.” B, Gimmie Zine
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