Wednesday, April 17, 2024

You can See & Hear Bad Touch

British rock band Bad Touch has recorded a heartfelt cover of The Marshall Tucker Band’s signature song ‘Can’t You See’ that has just been released as a single.

Vocalist Stevie Westwood said, ‘It’s such a great song, both the original and the Black Stone Cherry versions are out of this world. We hope that our one stands up with them, it was a lot of fun to do.” Released ahead of their November 2021 tour, Bad Touch were one of the first bands to enter the new state-of-the-art Marshall Studio recording studio.

The Marshall Studio is a state-of-the-art recording facility located at Marshall Amplification’s global headquarters in Bletchley, Buckinghamshire built around a 70s Neve 8048, heavily modified and customised for Marshall by Neve specialist Blake Devitt

The Bad Touch single was produced by Chris Sheldon, renowned for his work with The Foo Fighters, Gun and Feeder, and it was an amazing opportunity they couldn’t afford to take up, according to Westwood.

“After such an awful 18 months for the music business, to be invited to such a space was a real gift,” he remarked. “We thank Chris for making the songs sound interstellar.”  

Bad Touch, featuring Westwood, guitarists Rob Glendinning and Daniel Seekings, bass player Michael Bailey (bass) and drummer George Drewryfilmed a 20-minute documentary during their time at Marshall Studios – You can watch it right here at RAMzine.

Warm chorded gospel southern rock with a subtle British nuance, you can stream ‘Can’t You See’ here.

Bad Touch will embark on their Better Late Than Never UK tour this coming NovembeandDecember; previously rescheduled from April 2021, with all original tickets remaining valid. Special guests on all shows except Leo’s Red Lion are Midlands rock band Piston.  

They will perform songs from their critically acclaimed current studio album Kiss the Sky, as well as songs from their back catalogue. Tickets are now available from here. 

Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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