Birmingham band Broken Witt Rebels to play hometown shows
Birmingham band Broken Witt Rebels are set to rock local crowds with two homecoming appearances.
After delivering outstanding performances throughout 2016, including The StoneFree Festival at London's O2 arena, the band will return to the Midlands with shows in Wolverhampton and Birmingham.
The band have supported the likes of Joanne Shaw Taylor, Whiskey Myers and Kaleo as well as headlining various venues across the UK.
Broken Witt Rebels have been featured on Richer Sounds Unsigned as Artist of the Week for 2016; as well as The Fred Perry subculture Spotify Playlist as The Ones to Watch for 2016, recommended by promoters This Feeling who tipped Catfish & the Bottle Men in 2013, The Bohicas in 2014, and Blossoms in 2015.
In 2016 the band were crowned Unsigned Rock Band of the year at the inaugural Unsigned Music Awards, held at historic London venue The Troxy.
Broken Witt Rebels have released three E.PS, with the latest - Georgia Pine - being released in 2016.
The band will play Wolverhampton's Slade Rooms on October 13, Birmingham's O2 Academy 3 on October 30 and Birmingham's O2 Academy on November 30.
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