The English blues-rock band Broken Witt Rebels will be releasing the EP Georgia Pine on the 25th of April.
Broken Witt Rebels – Georgia Pine – artwork
The middle of the five tracks – Low is a precise definition of their music with dirty guitars and growling vocals spilling into the room. The only thing the listener needs to do is reach for a bottle of whisky.
From the 2nd of April until early May Broken Witt Rebels are on tour in England and one gig in Scotland.
Broken Witt Rebels is the blues rock quartet of Danny Core (Vocals / Rhythm Guitar), Luke Davis (Bass), James Tranter (Lead Guitar) and Anthony Byrne (Drums) from Birmingham in England.
Broken Witt Rebels
Ballooning guitars soar out of the speakers as Broken Witt Rebels carve out their space in a packed genre and the quartet bring a verve to the scene with combinations of rock driven excitement and the tempered nuances of British Blues and Southern Americana providing the audience with whisky soaked waves of sound.
The earthy rock is delivered through the interweaving guitars, which lay the core focal point and a moody bass steeps the music with growl, whilst percussion rounds up the strings into formation and a gravel strewn vocal steers the direction of travel leaving the audience reaching for one more dram.
Broken Witt Rebels have developed an impressive and well placed confidence which enables the quartet to play around with the core roots to emerge with something at once familiar whilst simultaneously of marked difference They combine the Alabama of Birmingham and inject it with the West Midlands to provide listeners with insightful and rootsy reasons to bring out the faded leather jackets.