Bristol Because with Josh Jarman, Breakfast Records.

When did you first move to Bristol?

I moved here from the void 27 years ago, when a woman I would later come to know as ‘Mum’ gave birth to me in a house in Redland.

Who’s your top Bristol artist at the moment?

You can’t ask us that. That’s like asking a parent to pick their favourite child. Alright, I’ll give it a go. The Ornsteins. Kate Stapley. Slonk. Nicholson Heal. The Naturals. Dogeyed. Iceman Furniss. Pork Pie. Pictures of Belgrade. Jesuits. Radiators. Vinegar. Tropic. Kate Stapley. Kate Stapley. Kate Stapley.

What are your favourite eats around town?

Pasta Loco for pasta. Primrose for eggs royale. Swoon for gelato. Also Squeezed do the best burgers I’ve ever eaten in my life. Munching into one of those badboys is divine intervention.

What’s your favourite thing about the city?

Lots of good trees to climb.

And your least favourite?

The rise in homelessness, and how little is being done by those with the power to help.

What are you most excited for with Breakfast at the moment?

We’re going on tour in June which is pretty bloody exciting. Pretty scary to leave behind the safe confines of Bristol, but we’re stoked to make new friends in Cardiff, London and Brighton. Also we’ve got some killer releases over the next few months from Pork Pie, Langkamer & Nicholson Heal. Can you print emojis in here?

Breakfast Records go on tour this month, but don’t fret as they present the Pork Pie EP launch at Bristol’s Hare on the Hill, 30th.