"One of the best new live bands in the country, it's a matter of time before they explode onto the big stages" This Feeling
Birmingham quartet Broken Witt Rebels combine the power and intensity of indie rock with the finesse and delicacy of soulful blues. Heralded as one of the most exciting new live bands in the country, they have just released a new EP Georgia Pine which is out now. Listen to the full EP on Spotify.
Lead single Low has been the featured track of the week on Radio X and playlisted on Planet Rock.
“There's something about this type of music that feels raw, Southern, and whiskey-soaked. I can't get enough” Indie Shuffle.
The arrangement of James Tranter’s dominant, layered guitar work, Danny Core’s strong and unique vocals, Luke Davis’s muddy harmonic bass playing and James Dudley's thunderous drumming are the framework of a band that’s enchanting and irresistible.
Laura Kate smith
“This is not a band that will wine and dine you, but they will take you to a dive bar and drink tequila with you until the sun comes up”
“Blues sodden, sultry, humid music displaying all the solidity of a British rock legacy merged with confidence of an atmospheric deep south soulful Americana.”
plus support from Sonia Leigh + Loz Campbel Band
"Leigh doesn’t fit neatly into any music box, she describes herself as colouring outside of the lines, but I can promise you won’t be disappointed by her live performances. She will give you her all and leave you with a genuine buzz of excitement." - Nashville Over Here
"Sonia Leigh is always in black, almost always in shades, she is old school cool, sexy, sassy and oozes that rock and roll chic long sucked out the business to make music by the lowest common denominator. Sonia Leigh is the hoarse voice siren that is single handed sticking to the man one arse kicker of a song at a time. She takes no prisoners, she’ll rock you to your socks" - Rudie Hayes (Americana UK)