Broken Witt Rebels - 'Snake Eyes' - EP Review
Broken Witt Rebels - 'Snake Eyes' - EP Review9
Broken Witt Rebels - 'Snake Eyes' - EP Review9
Broken Witt Rebels - 'Snake Eyes' - EP Review9
Broken Witt Rebels - 'Snake Eyes' - EP Review9
Broken Witt Rebels - 'Snake Eyes' - EP Review9
9Overall Score

The Broken Witt Rebels return following up on 2016’s highly acclaimed Full Length release with Snake Eyes, a four track EP to reaffirm their quality within. Undeniably one of the finds in recent years, BWR have laid down a foundation of first class live performances and a tireless work ethic that has seen them climb the dizzy heights in order to be seen by the masses.

Deservedly so, you couldn’t turn on the inter-web and a certain media social platform for running across BWR in one form or another around the time of their Georgia Pine EP release. They made their mark and although their Full LP Release was a combination of new and old material, Snake Eyes brings us four tasty new tracks to wrap our dirty little fingers around and sink our teeth into.

The lead track and current single ‘Snake Eyes’ is a gritty bluesy number that screams BWR, soulful with a side of Classic Rock it hits you right between the eyes. A modern day classic which; will surely be a fan favorite sung at every live show.

‘Wait For You’ offers a more melodic and melancholy song with all the commercial charm needed to win over an army of susceptible young fans.

‘Bang Bang’ drips in Southern Charm with its gnarly vocal delivery and dirty guitars it’s showcases BWR darker side, whilst ‘Turn Me On’ wraps up proceedings with a emotive and ethereal sounding track that shows us the guys loose and colorful style.

Yet another first class recording the Broken Witt Rebels have delivered, the only negative to speak of is the minor detail of it being an EP, at only four tracks long it leaves you begging for more.


Snake Eyes is out August 10th via Snakefarm Records.

Track Listing:

Snake Eyes

Wait For You

Bang Bang

Turn Me On

Broken Witt Rebels are: Danny Core (vocals), James Tranter (guitar), Luke Davis (bass) and James Dudley(drums).

Broken Witt Rebelshit the road supporting Reef throughout November & December, check out the dates below:

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

14-Dec  Southampton                    Engine Rooms

15-Dec  Oxford                               Academy

There is also a small European run in October:

  8 – Oct – Amsterdam

10 – Oct – Berlin

11 – Oct – Cologne

12 – Oct – Hamburg

14 – Oct – Munich

15 – Oct – Prague



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