From Grimsby, The Brew continue to grow in stature and ever since the release of their international breakthrough “The Joker”, this award-winning trio has become one of Europe’s most potent rock acts, combining the musicianship of classic rock with youthful energy and a brash, contemporary outlook.
There aren’t too many bands nowadays that get to release six albums. Also, there aren’t too many trios in particular that can defend the reputation of being a tirelessly touring excellent live-act, all of which while maintaining the original line-up. The Brew are unique and they step back onto the scene with their new album, “Shake The Tree”. Released in the UK on 4 November 2016, as with its predecessor “Control”, Tim Smith (bass), Kurtis Smith (drums) & Jason Barwick (guitar/vocals) relied on the fruitful collaboration with Toby Jepson and Veil Studios. And their brand of modern Rock with psychedelic touches was in good hands and over the course of a month they crafted ten songs that comprise a sixth album, that has effectively outgrown any comparisons.