Emotive British rockers Broken Witt Rebels have kept themselves busy throughout the pandemic, working on new music, welcoming a new musician into the fold, and putting together a video for Birmingham (Digbeth Mix) – a re-worked track from their current ‘OK Hotel’ album, released last year on Snakefarm Records.

Birmingham (Digbeth Mix) pays heartfelt homage to the “carefully crafted stadium-rock” (Kerrang!) quartet’s home-town, and is available to watch here.

“Birmingham is such an influential city when it comes to music,” reflects frontman Danny Core.“Obviously, some of heavy metal’s biggest acts are from here, and there’s so many other great names, too – Jeff Lynne, Roy Wood, Steve Winwood, it’s a long and impressive list. 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’s songs about Birmingham, Alabama, so we felt it was time to redress the balance!”

Also launching today is the band’s new website and merch store. Fans can check out the sleek fresh design and all-new merch offerings here.

Since the release of ‘OK Hotel‘ in March 2020, described as a blend of “melodic hooks with arena-sized choruses” (Planet Rock)Broken Witt Rebels have bid farewell to drummer JD, who has handed the sticks baton-like to Canadian-born musician / producer / song-writer, Mike KrompassKrompass will be drumming for the group throughout their upcoming 22-date tour, kicking off on November 25th in Leicester.

Broken Witt Rebels ‘OK Hotel Tour’ 2021/22
25 Nov 2021 – Leicester, O2 Academy*
26 Nov 2021 – Liverpool, Jimmy’s*
27 Nov 2021 – Leeds, Lending Room*
02 Dec 2021 – Cologne, Blue Shell
03 Dec 2021 – Berlin, Musik & Frieden
04 Dec 2021 – Hamburg, Nochtwache
09 Dec 2021 – Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms^*
10 Dec 2021 – Cambridge, The Portland Arms^*
11 Dec 2021 – Nottingham, Bodega^*
16 Dec 2021 – London, 100 Club^*
17 Dec 2021 – Guildford, The Boileroom^*
18 Dec 2021 – Southampton, The Joiners^*

06 Jan 2022 – Brighton, The Green Door Store^*
07 Jan 2022 – Tunbridge Wells, Forum^*
08 Jan 2022 – Norwich, Waterfront^*
12 Jan 2022 – Exeter, Cavern^*
13 Jan 2022 – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach^*
14 Jan 2022 – Buckley, Tivoli^*
15 Jan 2022 – Wolverhampton, KK’s Steel Mill^*
20 Jan 2022 – Edinburgh, Mash House^*
21 Jan 2022 – Aberdeen, Tunnels^*
22 Jan 2022 – Glasgow, The Garage^*

Support comes from ^Kezia Gill and US artist *Holden James. Tickets for all shows are available now via

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