Cover of Supertramp's Breakfast in America album, depicting a waitress holding a tray with a glass of orange juice as well as a menu, with the words "Breakfast in America" on it. She is in front of a stack of white dishes arranged to look like a cityscape. Over the scene is capitlaized white text of the band's name. The colors of the image include orange, purple, white, brown, black, and red.
Supertramp are a British rock band formed in 1969. While they originally made progressive rock, over the years they have incorporated more traditional rock, pop, and art rock into their music. Their peak commercial success came with the 1979 album Breakfast in America, their sixth album. Supertramp had a number of hit singles throughout the 1970s and 1980s. After a dissolution in 1988, the group reformed in 1996, only to part again in 2002, and again reunite in 2010. They are still active, although the group members have changed.