See Through Blue smashed into the Official UK Album Chart Top 10 at #7.
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Take You Home - From the new album, See Through Blue


What they say about Scarlet Rebels

#7 UK Official Album Chart Feb 2022
#2 UK Official Rock Album Chart Feb 2022
#1 Welsh Official Album Chart Feb 2022
#2 UK Official Downloads Album Chart Feb 2022
#3 UK Official Indie Album Chart Feb 2022
#4 UK Official Vinyl Album Chart Feb 2022
#5 UK Official Physical Sales Album Chart Feb 2022

#1 Band Of The Year 2019 - Great Music Stories 2019
#2 Band Of The Year 2020 - Great Music Stories 2020
#2 Live Album Of The Year 2020 - New Wave Of Classic Rock (NWOCR)
#3 Best New Band 2021 - Planet Rock Radio Awards
#1 Single Of The Year - These Days - Great Music Stories 2021
#3 Band Of The Year - Great Music Stories 2021

We really like this brooding yet punchy, confident new one from Welsh melodic rockers Scarlet Rebels. Polly Glass, Classic Rock Magazine

A truly outstanding release - 10/10 Geoff Wootton, Powerplay Magazine

Without doubt, ‘See Through Blue’ will be one of the benchmark rock n roll releases of 2022 - 5/5 Album of the month Guy Bellamy, Great Music Stories

Scarlet Rebels manage that most seductive of combinations… hard-as-nails guitar chops and the kind of soaring, alt-infused choruses that instantly places them in a contemporary light. Classic Rock Magazine

‘Show Your Colours’ is an album packed full of melodic, invigorating and emotive rock tunes that lift the senses, and illustrate the accomplished musicianship of the band. From the ballsy and political opener that punches you in the face, to the slowly building, powerful ‘Heal’, there is something for every rocker here. No wonder these guys are pulling crowds and building on their solid reputation as incredible songwriters and performers. Down The Front

Scarcely giving the listener space to breathe, they fire off a series of frenzied riffs and pummelling choruses, giving them an anthemic harder edge while keeping a melodic handle on it. It’s a classic rock shakedown from the valleys. Hugh Fielder, Classic Rock Magazine

These Welsh rockers pummel feeling into every note of this big-hearted single - Take You Home. Verses find the band packing in the riffs and building momentum, but it’s the chorus that really flies – making good on the Bon Jovi and Foo Fighters records that inspired them. It all builds up to a soaring sweet spot that makes it suddenly easy to picture them thriving on big stages. Take You Home - WINNER - Classic Rock Magazine Tracks Of The Week

Scarlet Rebels




Having already hoisted their flag into the UK Top 10  with their previous album 'See Through Blue', South Wales' Scarlet Rebels are poised to fire Welsh rock back into the mainstream spotlight with their new album 'Where The Colours Meet', announced today.

Accompanying this hotly anticipated announcement (which was stoked further with frontman Wayne Doyle's recent feature and live set on Times Radio's Friday night show with Ed Vaizey) comes the new single “Secret Drug”. An anthemic stomper that pays dues to Stereophonics, The Cult and AC/DC, “Secret Drug” pairs classic Angus Young style guitar swagger with an arena sized chorus. There’s a new, widescreen amibion at play here, ably supported by the crack production team of Colin Richardson and Chris Clancy in the studio.

 Doyle comments: 'We're incredibly excited to show the world what we've been up to.
“Secret Drug” is the first chapter from our new story and we're so happy that we can finally unleash it on the world. It marks a new era for the band,
defined by a feeling of bold new confidence that we have to thank our fans for since the release of our previous album 'See Through Blue'. The positivity that they bring to our world shines bright on ‘Where The Colours Meet’.

'This time around, we made an album of unity, a call for togetherness in a world gone mad. Our last album was deliberately polarising – I don't regret that, and it was amazing to see everyone who did choose to stand with us as we spoke the truth about the wicked forces working in our world. But this time around, we made an album that will bring people together,' Doyle continues.

'I genuinely feel it’s the best setof songs we’ve written. The band's performance is superb and Colin [Richardson] and Chris [Clancy] brought totally new ideas and focus to our music. We hope you enjoy this album as much as we enjoyed making it.'

 The new video was shot with Shaun Hodson of Loki Films (Kris Barras Band, Those Damn Crows). Watch “Secret Drug” here.

'Where The Colours Meet' sees the band radically expand their sonic palette, bringing in lush instrumentation, piano, keyboards and large drum sounds to channel the best of 80s rock. It’s an album full of fluid guitar lines, tasteful leads and irresistible choruses but with a contemporary full-on sound - a modern-day U2-meets-Bruce Springsteen.

'The album is an ode to the influences who made us the musicians we are today (Springsteen, Petty and Stereophonics, we’re looking at you), as well as the experiences who made us the people we are today,' Doyle adds.

The album also welcomes
collaborations with multi award-winning blues artist Elles Bailey, who brings her velvety vocals to the co-written “Out Of Time”, and Ricky Warwick (Black Star Riders, The Almighty), who lends his songwriting prowess to the high-octane stomper and album closer, “My House My Rules”. Diehards will spot that two songs from Scarlet Rebels’ live sets come to life too, as “Let Me In” and “Practice Run”, which have been fixtures at their concerts, are now heard on a proper studio recording for the first time.

'Where The Colours Meet' is
available to pre-order on limited edition vinyl, signed CD, collector's bundles and more at earache.com/scarletrebels