Tag Archives: Bad Touch

Lift Your Head Up with Bad Touch

Coinciding with the release of their new album, Shake A Leg, rock band Bad Touch have launched an official music video for their brand new single. ‘Lift Your Head Up’ is the name of the single and it’s the first track on the parent album. However, the single version has been remixed for radio by Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Stone Broken).  The official ...

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Bad Touch – Shake A Leg

Third album in, Bad Touch have a working blueprint for the kind of record they want to make: Classic in that it references the rock bands they were themselves brought up on, but more particularly one containing songs that will strike a chord with those seeing them alive; with a good singalong that if heard at a festival the ear ...

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Bad Touch Reaching for the Sky

Bad Touch have some heavy duty business to take care of over the next few months, an 18 date headline tour, the release of their third studio album with Shake A Leg, and their latest single ‘Skyman’ out now on Marshall Records. A wonderfully rowdy hook-laden rocking strut that you can sing and dance along to, you are advised to ...

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Bad Touch Shake A Leg 

Bad Touch have signed a worldwide album deal with Marshall Records. Their new album, Shake A Leg, will be released on Friday 5th October 2018, after which they will head off on an 18 date UK headline tour. Planet Rock will start a 48-hour ticket pre-sale for the tour on Wednesday 20th June that you can access by clicking here. Tickets will then go on sale to ...

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Skid Row UK 2018 Tour

Skid Row will be flying over from the USA to deliver their particular brand of heavy metal to those in the United Kingdom next March, when they play a total of 15 dates including a special co-headline show at London Shepherds Bush Empire on Sunday 11th March with Night Ranger. The New Jersey band still featuring original members Rachel Bolan (bass, ...

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Bad Touch & Mollie Marriott: Coventry Empire, 25th November 2017

Late opening their doors, the bitter cold we suffered outside isn’t warmed by the reception received within: left confuse waiting in a room with a closed bar before then being directed upstairs. As many among us appear to be here for the first time, it’s unclear if this Fawlty Towers type service is par for the course at the Coventry ...

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Bad Touch’s Stevie Westwood Spreads the Good Word…

Bad Touch won the Exposure Music Award back in 2012 and the Marshall Ultimate Band Contest the following year, and if you’ve caught the band live you know that’s where they shine, in their natural element. Not they’ve shied away from the recording studio, with two albums under their belt and singles ‘99%’ and ‘Baby Get It On’ radio play-listed ...

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Bad Touch & Mollie Marriott – Baby Get It On!

Ahead of their November UK headline tour Bad Touch have got together with the tour’s special guest Mollie Marriott and recorded ‘Baby Get It On’, a special new single released on Monday 23rd October as a free MP3 download. ‘Baby Get It On’ can be downloaded from Planet Rock by clicking here. The song was recorded at Decoy Studios and mastered ...

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Kentucky Headhunters

Kentucky Headhunters & Bad Touch announce UK tour

Grammy award-winners, The Kentucky Headhunters, will be touring the UK this October in support of their latest album On Safari with Bad Touch riding shotgun as support. According to the RIAA, The Kentucky Headhunters have sold over 11 million albums of their particular brand of southern rock worldwide but did not tour the UK until July 2016. Support on that tour were Bad Touch, and ...

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Bad Touch by Martin Tierney

Bad Touch & Broken Witt Rebels – Friday 7th April, 02 Academy Birmingham

Let’s get the sour grapes out the way, I’m in a venue that’s notoriously bad about communicating the times bands are due to appear, and when punters do arrive they inevitably complain about the price of a pint. “Tell me where you bury your dreams” sings Bad Touch’s singer Steve Westwood rather aptly as I walk in; the band having ...

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