Broken Witt Rebels: UK tour + deluxe album

Birmingham rockers Broken Witt Rebels are finally getting the chance to complete their headline tour. To celebrate getting back on the road, they’ve released a deluxe edition of their album OK Hotel. It’s out now!

The deluxe version of the album has new artwork and exclusive new tracks. Specifically, the new songs are studio recordings of Caught In The Middle, Take You Home, and Broken Pieces. If you love that song then you’re really in luck because the special edition includes a stripped-down piano version of Broken Pieces too! These extra tracks feature performances by Mike Krompass, the band’s new drummer. In addition, Krompass (a Canadian musician via Nashville) engineered and mixed these new songs.

If you love the idea of reimagined Broken Witt Rebels music, make sure you also check out the Digbeth Mix of Birmingham. Broken Witt Rebels’ frontman, Danny Core, explained that they focused on the song because “we’re proud to be from the city, and we felt it important to write a song about our experiences and what our hometown means to us. I’m sure there are songs about Birmingham, Alabama, so we felt it was time to redress the balance!”

Broken Witt Rebels OK Hotel Tour 2021/22

Of course, you will be able to hear songs from OK Hotel live on the band’s extensive UK tour. Support on these tour dates will come from Kezia Gill (^) and/or Holden James (*). So, what are you waiting for?


25 November, 2021: Leicester O2 Academy*
26 November, 2021: Liverpool Jimmy’s*
27 November, 2021: Leeds Lending Room*
9 December, 2021: Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms*
10 December, 2021: Cambridge The Portland Arms*
11 December, 2021: Nottingham Bodega*
16 December, 2021: London The 100 Club^*
17 December, 2021: Guildford The Boileroom*
18 December, 2021: Southampton Joiners* 
6 January, 2021: Brighton The Green Door Store^*
7 January, 2021: Tunbridge Wells Forum^*
9 January, 2021: Norwich Waterfront^*
12 January, 2021: Exeter Cavern^*
13 January, 2021: Cardiff Clwb ifor Bach^*
14 January, 2021: Buckley Tivoli^*
15 January, 2021: Wolverhampton KK’s Steelmill^*
20 January, 2021: Edinburgh Mash House^*
21 January, 2021: Aberdeen Tunnels^*
22 January, 2021: Glasgow The Garage^*

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