Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast is a 2009 studio album by the British band Cornershop. It was their first album in seven years following 2002's Handcream for a Generation. The band were dropped by Beggars Banquet Records after disagreements about the promotion of their previous album, and Tjinder Singh explained the reasons for the seven-year gap before this album: "We needed to take a break from doing music. I didn't stop working but the climate didn't seem very fertile for what we were doing. It was really a case of waiting for a time when it was more receptive." The band also made a film in that time, which has yet to be released, and set up their own Ample Play record label. The band released the album independently through their website and in local shops.
The album has received generally positive reviews and has been particularly praised for its diverse sound. Like previous Cornershop albums, Judy draws on soul, funk and rock music and features various Indian instruments; its music has drawn comparisons to The Rolling Stones and T. Rex. The Daily Mirror gave the album four stars out of five, with reviewer Gavin Martin stating "Their surefire smashes, wired energy and saucy singalongs are as strong as ever on this album."