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Broken Witt Rebels Share New ‘OK Hotel’ Music Video

Broken Witt Rebels have shared the official music video for the title track of their new album ‘OK Hotel’.

The visuals feature super-8mm style footage of the USA along with backstage and performance clips. The band commented, “’OK Hotel’ was actually inspired by some of the places we have stayed in while touring in Europe but it’s also a song that really reflects how America hit us as four lads from Birmingham; the wide open roads, the imagery, it was a bit like stepping into the set of some of our favourite films growing up. The video nails that feeling for us. Ross Syner who directed knows how to express that visually.”

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The song follow’s previous singles ‘Rich Get Richer’, ‘Running With The Wolves’ and ‘Money’. The album has received high praise from the likes of Classic Rock, Maverick Magazine, Planet Rock, Powerplay and more. All 13 tracks pay tribute to the Birmingham rockers hometown, honouring their working-class roots as well as demonstrating their ability to create honest and relevant music for the 21st century.

Broken Witt Rebels will be hitting the road on a headline tour later this year in support of the new album – check out all rescheduled dates below:

Exeter Cavern, 01 Sept
Leicester O2 Academy, 02
Norwich The Waterfront, 03
Milton Keynes The Craufurd Arms, 04
Tivoli Buckley, 06
Edinburgh The Mash House, 11
Aberdeen The Tunnels, 12
Liverpool Jimmy’s, 13
Nottingham Bodega, 14
Cambridge Portland Arms, 15
Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach, 17
Wolverhampton KK’s Steel Mill, 18
Tunbridge Wells Forum, 20
Southampton Joiners, 22
Brighton Green Door Store, 23
Leeds Lending Rooms, 26
Hull The Polar Bear, 27
London 100 Club, 28
Dublin The Green Room, 29
Belfast Voodoo, 30

Tickets on sale now from Gigantic Ticketmaster Ticketweb See Tickets (Original tickets remain valid)

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