Danny Core knows what he wants.
“We want to be the best band in the world,” declares the Broken Witt Rebels frontman. “There’s no point trying for second best.”
He’s not arrogant, just confident that the band he formed with childhood friend Luke Davis is destined for greatness. With their third EP, the excellent ‘Georgia Pine’, they’re certainly well on their way – and already a world away from teaching themselves to play the Argos guitars they’d saved up to buy as teenagers.
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Broken Witt Rebels | Water Rats | 2 April 2016
Photo credit: John Bull
Danny Core barely stands still. He prowls the stage, sizing up the audience. He shakes a raised hand, like a preacher from the Deep South, for emphasis. He falls to his knees. He drops into the crowd to kiss someone on the head. He plants his lips on bass player Luke Davis. And all the while, the dynamic Broken Witt Rebels frontman throws just as much energy at his gargled-with-gravel vocals, tearing through one dirty blues-rock anthem after another.
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