BROKEN WITT REBELS — Georgia Pine Single Review

BROKEN WITT REBELS are a Birmingham (UK) based indie-blues and soul-rock 4-piece.

Their sharp and dynamic approach to song-writing and recording provides the listener with an energizing blues experience that seems entirely unique.

BROKEN WITT REBELS - Photo Credit: Rob Blackham
BROKEN WITT REBELS – Photo Credit: Rob Blackham

When we heard their single “Low” we thought it had the glamor and dazzle of a tinsel curtain … in other words shimmer-eyed sadness and lost soul.

Georgia Pine is their new 5-track EP that everyone is talking about…

They have now released a smashing new video for title track “Georgia Pine” — we had a listen:

This blues-rock number features hot crumb-rubber rhythms and Danny Core’s superb asphalt ‘n’ concrete vocals.

It automotes like a heavy truck on the highway. In other words, this songs lumbers — smooth, dangerous and heavy.

This is perfectly structured, both musically and lyrically. With plenty of smart “Ronnie Wood style” guitar play and oodles of subtle energy.

Is it influenced by the jazz-standard Sweet Georgia Brown? We dunno. But it’s sure to remind you of vintage FACES — and especially the sounds from their “Nod Is As Good As a Wink” glory-days.

That ain’t no bad thing — is it?

Broken Witt Rebels are the special guests of KING KING on their forthcoming tour [details below vid]

Words: Neil Mach 2016 ©

Main Picture Credit: Sally Newhouse

Brighton, The Old Market Wednesday 9 November

Norwich, The Waterfront Thursday 10 November

Southampton, The 1865 Friday 11 November

Frome, The Cheese and Grain Thursday 17 November

Bilston, The Robin 2 Friday 18 November

Cardiff, Tramshed Saturday 19 November

Exeter, Phoenix Sunday 20 November

Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree Thursday 24 November

Edinburgh, The Queen’s Hall Friday 25 November

Chester, The Live Rooms Saturday 26 November

Clitheroe, The Grand Venue Sunday 27 November

London, Islington Assembly Hall Tuesday 29 November



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