That single malt in your hand would have no flavour if it wasn’t for the aging process in those french oak flame charred wooden casks. Gunshot Blue is the culmination, fermentation and distillation of many roads, towns, blood, sweat and tears all soaked up in one barrel.
Exploring their musical landscape you’ll be welcomed to the wholesome country hospitality of a karoo farm kitchen, warm your hands to old school folk tales around a winter camp fire and enjoy the sweet taste of slowly brewed coffee blues.
Gunshot Blue is essentially Roots music. On face value it sounds like the blues. As you get used to the sound and as you are drawn in, your heart begins to resonate something more myhtical. You go back. Further back in time. We like to call it: Gentle Folk-Blues. The Gunshot Blue flint-stone was set off by Pepi Dimevski and Frans Borman. Pepi plays either steel (resonator) or acoustic guitar while Frans is on vocals and lyrics. More often than not they’re joined by Wayne Pictor on drums and Kevin Hughes on bass.
Gunshot Blue’s debut EP “12 396km” was released November 2014.