Due to the ongoing COVID19 pandemic, Bad Touch has rescheduled their nationwide April UK Tour to November and December this year.
Tickets that were purchased for previous dates will still be valid for the rescheduled shows. All tickets are now available from here.
“While we are sorry to move the tour dates a third time, the health and safety of our fans is important to us,” says Bad Touch’s frontman Stevie Westwood. “We are looking forward to seeing all of you on one of the new dates and to rock out together once again.”
The 15-date tour includes their hometown Norwich (Nov 17), Newcastle (Nov 19), Glasgow (Nov 20), Southampton (Dec 1) and London (Dec 2), plus many more dates.
Bad Touch will perform songs from their critically acclaimed current studio album Kiss The Sky, as well as songs from their vast catalogue. Known for having a reputation as one of the UK’s hardest working bands, Bad Touch are looking forward to performing live for their UK fans in November and December.
The last single Bad Touch released from Kiss The Sky was ‘Strut’ – A number that comes across as Humble Pie rocking out on Zeppelin‘s ‘Custard Pie’ with added gospel one minute, making out with Jackson 5 harmonies the next!
If you didn’t catch it first time round watch the official video for ‘Strut’ here at RAMzine.
Piston will continue as special guests on the tour, except Leo’s Red Lion, plus there will be additional local supports.
For previous Bad Touch news and interviews at RAMzine click here.