Rebel Troubadour: Two Song Review

Rebel Troubadour are a Rock and Punk band from the Peak District, UK. The consists of Rob Townsend, Tony Rawley and Vince Crawford.

Over the past few years, I have been following Rebel Troubadour, but under their previous name The Serpent Motors, but a few months ago they change the band’s name to Rebel Troubadour. A couple of weeks ago, Rob Townsend got in contact with me saying that they have been working on a new album due for release sometime this year, and he sent me to songs from the the upcoming album, they are Venom Woman and Walk With Me. Venom Woman is the lead single from the album.

The first is Venom Woman is a really good track as it starts out with a brilliant bass line intro and the bass continues throughout the song, the vocals are really on point, the guitar and drums are excellent as they work really well together.

Walk With Me is up next and this is another great song I love how the guitars, bass and drums work well here as they are in sync with each other. and the vocals are brilliant.

Well, Rebel Troubadour have created something brilliant here, and if these songs are this good, I would love to hear what the rest of the album is going to sound like. So if you like the Rock and Punk genres or wanting to get into a new band or listen to something new then I would highly recommend that you go and check out Rebel Troubadour on their Facebook page, as they have some gigs coming up in the near future.

I would give Rebel Troubadour and the two songs a 5 out of 5, for two superb songs

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