Missoula musicians Kyle Boone, 27, Jake Smith, 27, and KW Lloyd, 26, have banded together to bring more funk to the scene. The three of them recently started a band called Breakfast for Dinner, one of four bands playing KBGA’s Endofthon on March 2.
The group has been going by the name Breakfast for Dinner (and that’s how they appear on all Radiothon material), but recently changed to Innasci. They found that there were a lot of other bands and businesses under the name Breakfast for Dinner.
Their new name, Innasci, is Latin for “to be born.” The trio believes this is a sort of metaphor for their goals as a band.
“It is a blank slate, and the word kind of means that as well,” Smith said.
“It’s a blank slate, and the word kind of means that as well.”
So far, Boone (Bass, Vocals, Synths), Smith (Drums, Vocals), and Lloyd (Guitar, Vocals) are building off of Boone’s The Waffles LP, which came out at the very end of last year. Boone says the album featured a lot of local musicians, including Lloyd and Smith.
“We’re starting to get a lot more material that is written as this group,” Smith said. “Eventually we’ll have enough to push out an album that will sound right.”
The group is playing a lot of what they call “weekend warrior gigs,” travelling and getting traction, playing off-the-map venues, but they’re also doing some travelling and really honing in on their sound. Boone, Smith and Lloyd have all played in bands together before, and they see that as an advantage for Innasci.
Don’t miss Innasci (formerly Breakfast for Dinner) at Endofthon March 2, at the tail end of Radiothon!