Sassy and quirky female duo to perform in Bristol

PUBLISHED: 12:00 18 February 2017

Rews. Picture credit: Nick Kent

Rews. Picture credit: Nick Kent

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An alternative rock duo have been branded the one to watch by radio hosts as they set off on their UK tour.

Rews are a sassy, high energy, pop rock female duo made up of songstress Shauna Tohill and beat-maker Collette Williams.

Following the release of their newest single Miss You In The Dark, the duo have received national recognition for their eclectic sound.

The duo have been featured on a number of radio shows and praised by Radio Six DJ Tom Robinson.

Last year, Rews performed at a string of high-profile festivals, including Glastonbury, Green Man and Kendal Calling.

The pair met in 2015 and began collaborating straight away, describing themselves as a ‘match made in heaven’.

Rews aim to inspire their audience with their music and encourage them to be who they are.

They also cover important issues in the world’s economy and environment.

Rews will be at The Louisiana, in Wapping Road, Bristol, at 7.30pm on February 24.

Tickets, priced £7, are available from 01179 265978 or online via

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