The live shows of the ultra-high quality, blues-influenced, garage rock band BROKEN WITT REBELS are always energizing experiences…

Oodles of subtle energy… Photo Credit Neil Mach ©

The chemical structure of their songs, and the spiritual interaction between musicians on stage, means concert audiences are often reminded of vintage FACES — albeit with more concrete vocals than Rod delivers [Danny Core] comparable with Kings Of Leon’s Caleb.

Their songs are perfectly structured, both musically and lyrically, with plenty of smart “Ronnie Wood style” guitar-play and oodles of subtle energy…

It’s now been confirmed that these young British rockers will Join Reef on a 21 date tour this November. Their new ‘Snake Eyes’ EP is set for release on August 10th via Snakefarm Records.

Having been brought up through the Britpop era of the late ’90s, Reef were always played loud amongst other great British bands in our households, and their new album has been receiving the same kind of treatment! We are honoured to be involved with this tour, and we can guarantee that roofs will be raised on a nightly basis...” say Broken Witt Rebels.

Also see the BROKEN WITT REBELS at this year’s HRH C.R.O.W.S. Sunday September 9th

01-Nov Frome, Cheese and Grain

02-Nov Falmouth, Princess Pavilion

03-Nov Barnstaple, Factory

08-Nov Cardiff, Tramshed

09-Nov Leamington, Assembly Halls

10-Nov Chester, Live Rooms

15-Nov Cambridge, Junction

16-Nov York , Fibbers

17-Nov Carlisle, Brickyard

22-Nov Southend , Chinnery’s

23-Nov Margate , Dreamland

24-Nov Exeter , Lemon Grove

29-Nov London, Nell’s

30-Nov London , Nell’s

01-Dec London, Nell’s

06-Dec Manchester , Academy 2

07-Dec Sheffield , Plug

08-Dec Nottingham , Rescue Rooms

13-Dec Bilston , Robin 2

14-Dec Southampton , Engine Rooms

15-Dec Oxford , Academy

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