Bad Touch have released their new single and video – a new version of Kiki Dee’s 1974 hit single – ‘I’ve Got The Music In Me’ taken from their upcoming studio album ‘Kiss The Sky’ .

Kiss The Sky‘ will be released on July  19th via Marshall Records. You can find the album review Here

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New Wave of Classic Rock favorites Bad Touch have today released a new track ‘See You Again’ taken their upcoming studio album ‘Kiss The Sky’.

The track is available to stream via Spotify, Apple Music and available for download from all major digital services or via https://fanlink.to/badtouch

The band’s new studio album ‘Kiss The Sky‘ will be released by Marshall Records on Friday 19th June 2020 on CD, white vinyl and digital download and is available for pre order from www.badtouchkissthesky.com.

Bad Touch’s highly anticipated fourth studio album ‘Kiss The Sky‘ was recorded, produced and mixed by Nick Brine at the legendary Rockfield Studios in Monmouth, Wales. The album was mastered by Pete Maher.

We’re so excited about this recording,” says lead singer Stevie Westwood. “Just to record our songs in such a legendary place as Rockfield was a real buzz. I know it’s a cliché but, in our humble opinion, this is our most exciting recording to date, and we can’t wait to get it out there in front of a crowd.

Kiss The Sky‘ is a no-nonsense rock and roll album at heart. For their fourth album, Bad Touch have stripped everything right back and looked at what the essence of what makes a great album and at the core, great songs. They’ve stuck to what they do best, which is writing catchy, feel good rock music.

The songs were initially written in their practice studio “The Cabin” in Norfolk where the band feels most comfortable and can focus on the songs without outside world interference. The band have really nailed their sound on this album. When you turn it on you will instantly know it’s Bad Touch.

The production side of the album is about capturing the performance within the band themselves and capturing the “moment” and energy the band produce during their live shows. More plugging straight in, turning everything to 10 and going for it.

Review: Bad Touch – Kiss The Sky

Marshall Records (June 19th 2020)

Reviewer: Dan Mann

Brit rockers Bad Touch are back, their fourth album ‘Kiss The Sky’ will be released on June 19th via Marshall Records.

Okay let me start by saying I was curious what the band would pull out of the bag in order to better the 2018 release ‘Shake A Leg‘. Well I don’t know what the band have been drinking/smoking/eating, but whatever it is, hell’s teeth it’s worked!

Kiss The Sky’ is an absolute stormer of an album, a foot tapping, head bobbing soundscape of epic proportions which I’ve been playing time and time again.

From ‘Let Go‘ a quintessential Bad Touch song to ‘Something About Your Kiss‘ which has to be one of my favorite Bad Touch tracks from any of the band’s releases, ‘Kiss The Sky’ just keeps on ticking boxes.

Yes this review is a tad on the gushy side, but the album is that good.

Buy it, buy it now!

Pre-order the album from www.badtouchkissthesky.com

Bad Touch frontman Stevie Westwood has recently done a Q & A regarding the band’s brand new album ‘Kiss The Sky‘, out Friday 19th June 2020 via Marshall Records.

1. You recorded the album in the iconic Rockfield Studios. Tell us more what it was like to record the album there.

Completely jaw-droppingly awe-inspiring. We are so privileged as a group of friends to have recorded in a place with such musical gravitas. It really did kick us up a notch as musicians, and just felt so right. Plus, I got to sit at Freddie’s piano, the one he wrote ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ on, it doesn’t get much cooler than that. Plus, everyone of the Rockfield team was brilliant and special mention to our producer, (who later became our friend), Nick “Brino” Brine… He deserves a serious pat on the back. Through many tireless hours, he’s managed to capture and refine that raw energy that we’ve always had, but always struggled to get down on recordings up until “Kiss The Sky,” so to him we owe tremendous thanks. 

2. Tell us more about the concept of the album. What is the overall message?

We’ve always been and will always be Bad Touch. We play feel-good rock n roll for the soul. Our never ending mission to give you the night you’ll never forget; a break away from the monotony and tyranny of life, and to leave anybody who is awesome enough to come to a gig smiling from ear to ear. That’s our mantra. This album is 110% just that, this is a dancing round your bedroom, annoying your neighbours album; that we hope people will love any bit as much as we do.

3. What does the album mean to you on a personal level?

It means the world, it’s my life, it’s all of our lives. Pieces of ourselves smooshed together into something fun and beautiful (hopefully…) We’ve been a team for a decade now and to think, through all the ups and downs, that we’re still together, as a family, and producing stuff like this… “awesome” doesn’t even summate it. Eighteen-year-old Stevie would be happy…

4. What was your inspiration for this album?

We wrote the album as a team, as we always do. Our inspiration just being to want to write the best music we possible could, music that we love and that we’d love to play in front of people, and that hopefully they will love too. I believe we’ve done it.

Bands that are influencing Bad Touch right here and now include, Rival Sons, Blackberry Smoke, Led Zeppelin, Black Stone Cherry, The Temperance Movement, Black Crowes plus so many more.

Some personal inspirations/influences? There’s the obvious contenders, people like; Robert Plant, Paul Rogers, Chris Robinson, Ronnie Van Zant, Freddie Mercury, and so many of the vintage hall-of-fame. Plus more modern people like; Charlie Starr, Cormac Neeson, Chris Roberston and Chris Cornell, to name just a few.

5. What can fans expect from the album and what do you want them to take away from it?

We want people to have as much fun with this album as we had recording it (hopefully without the headaches!.. Though if you crank it to 11, we can’t promise!)

This album has been the hardest one to write so far, for all the right reasons. We’ve put so much into this as individuals and collectively as a unit, and we’re super proud with the end result. It’s fun, it’s loud, it’s in-your-face, it’s everything that Bad Touch have always been, plus so much more.

6. The album sounds great. What was your aim to achieve with this album, sound wise?

We have taken a lot more time, effort, sweat and tears when it came to this album from the get-go. Our attitude to songwriting was a lot more critical. If a song wasn’t cutting-the-mustard, we either changed it until it did, or we binned it and moved on. No compromises.

As a unit we are so proud of what we’ve created. It’s 110% Bad Touch, and it has taken everything, that each member had to give, to create. It’s been a hard-fought album, we’ve come the closest we ever have to killing each other, but the end product is beyond what we could have hoped for.

New Wave of Classic Rock favorites Bad Touch have released the second single, ‘I Get High‘ from their upcoming studio album ‘Kiss The Sky‘. The single is available to stream via Spotify, Apple Music and available for download from all major digital services or via https://fanlink.to/badtouchigethigh.

I Get High‘ is about that feeling we’ve all had at some point, being completely smitten by a lover and wanting to spend the rest of your life with that special person.,” says Bad Touch front man Stevie Westwood.

The band’s new studio album ‘Kiss The Sky‘ will be released by Marshall Records on Friday 19th June 2020 on CD, white vinyl and digital download and is available for pre order from www.badtouchkissthesky.com.

Kiss The Sky‘ will be supported by a rescheduled nationwide 13-date UK headline tour that kicks off at The Waterfront in Norwich on Friday September 18th. All UK tour dates will feature Piston as main special guest, plus local supports.

Bad Touch‘s highly anticipated fourth studio album ‘Kiss The Sky‘ was recorded, produced and mixed by Nick Brine at the legendary Rockfield Studios in Monmouth, Wales. The album was mastered by Pete Maher.

We’re so excited about this recording,” says lead singer Stevie Westwood. “Just to record our songs in such a legendary place as Rockfield was a real buzz. I know it’s a cliché but, in our humble opinion, this is our most exciting recording to date, and we can’t wait to get it out there in front of a crowd.

Kiss The Sky‘ is a no-nonsense rock and roll album at heart. For their fourth album, Bad Touch have stripped everything right back and looked at what the essence of what makes a great album and at the core, great songs. They’ve stuck to what they do best, which is writing catchy, feel good rock music.

The songs were initially written in their practice studio “The Cabin” in Norfolk where the band feels most comfortable and can focus on the songs without outside world interference. The band have really nailed their sound on this album. When you turn it on you will instantly know it’s Bad Touch.

The production side of the album is about capturing the performance within the band themselves and capturing the “moment” and energy the band produce during their live shows. More plugging straight in, turning everything to 10 and going for it.

Bad Touch – September/October 2020 UK Tour with Special Guest Piston

Tickets: www.badtouchrocks.co.uk/gigs-tours

Norwich, The Waterfront Studio Friday 18 September
Nottingham, The Bodega Sunday 20 September
Manchester, The Bread Shed Monday 21 September
Leeds, The Key Club Tuesday 22 September
Wolverhampton, KK’s Steel Mill Wednesday 23 September
Glasgow, King Tut’s Friday 25 September
Dundee, Beat Generator Sunday 27 September
Newcastle, The Cluny 2 Monday 28 September
London, O2 Academy Islington 2 Tuesday 29 September
Southampton, The Joiners Wednesday 30 September
Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach Thursday 1 October
Saltash, Livewire Youth Project Friday 2 October
Buckley, The Tivoli Friday 11 December

New Wave of Classic Rock favourites Bad Touch release their new single ‘Strut‘ on Friday 13th March digitally. The single is taken from their upcoming studio album ‘Kiss The Sky‘ released by Marshall Records on Friday 19th June 2020.

The new album ‘Kiss The Sky‘ will be released on CD, white vinyl and digital download and is available to pre-order from https://badtouchkissthesky.com/

Strut‘ is available to stream from https://fanlink.to/badtouchstrut

Kiss The Sky‘ will be supported by a nationwide 12-date UK headline tour that kicks off at The Waterfront in Norwich on March 30th. All UK tour dates will feature Piston as main special guest, plus local supports.

Bad Touch’s highly anticipated fourth studio album ‘Kiss The Sky‘ was recorded, produced and mixed by Nick Brine at the legendary Rockfield Studios in Monmouth, Wales. The album was mastered at Abbey Road Studios in London.

We’re so excited about this recording,” says lead singer Stevie Westwood. “Just to record our songs in such a legendary place as Rockfield was a real buzz. I know it’s a cliché but, in our humble opinion, this is our most exciting recording to date, and we can’t wait to get it out there in front of a crowd.”

Kiss The Sky‘ is a no-nonsense rock and roll album at heart. For their fourth album, Bad Touch have stripped everything right back and looked at what the essence of what makes a great album and at the core, great songs. They’ve stuck to what they do best, which is writing catchy, feel good rock music.

The songs were initially written in their practice studio “The Cabin” in Norfolk where the band feels most comfortable and can focus on the songs without outside world interference. The band have really nailed their sound on this album. When you turn it on you will instantly know it’s Bad Touch.

The production side of the album is about capturing the performance within the band themselves and capturing the “moment” and energy the band produce during their live shows. More plugging straight in, turning everything to 10 and going for it.

Kiss the Sky‘ is a power-packed album that has the groove with huge chorus hooks, foot stomping guitar riffs and an abundance of energy overflowing within each track. If you want to see what all the fuss is about catch Bad Touch on tour throughout March and April 2020.

Bad Touch – March/April 2020 UK Tour With Special Guests Piston

Tickets: www.badtouchrocks.co.uk/gigs-tours

Norwich, The Waterfront Studio Monday 30 March
Nottingham, The Bodega Wednesday 1 April
Wolverhampton, KK’s Steel Mill Thursday 2 April
Manchester, The Bread Shed Friday 3 April
Leeds, The Key Club Sunday 5 April
London, O2 Academy Islington 2 Monday 6 April
Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach Tuesday 7 April
Southampton, The Joiners Thursday 9 April
Saltash, Livewire Youth Project Friday 10 April
Buckley, The Tivoli Saturday 11 April
Newcastle, The Cluny Wednesday 15 April
Glasgow, King Tut’s Thursday 16 April

New Wave of Classic Rock favourites Bad Touch are pleased to announce the release of their new studio album ‘Kiss The Sky‘ released by Marshall Records on Friday 19th June 2020. To celebrate, the band release their new single ‘Strut‘ on Friday 13th March. The same day will also see the new album available for pre-order. Fans can sign up to Bad Touch‘s mailing list at www.badtouchrocks.co.uk to be notified about the pre-order. The new album will be released on CD, white vinyl and digital download.

Strut‘ will be available to purchase digitally from Friday 13th March. The single will also be available as an instant grat track with all pre-orders of the new album. ‘Kiss The Sky‘ will be supported by a nationwide 12-date UK headline tour that kicks off at The Waterfront in Norwich on March 30th. All UK tour dates will feature Piston as main special guest, plus local supports.

Bad Touch‘s highly anticipated fourth studio album ‘Kiss The Sky‘ was recorded, produced and mixed by Nick Brine at the legendary Rockfield Studios in Monmouth, Wales. The album was mastered at Abbey Road Studios in London.

We’re so excited about this recording,” says lead singer Stevie Westwood. “Just to record our songs in such a legendary place as Rockfield was a real buzz. I know it’s a cliché but, in our humble opinion, this is our most exciting recording to date, and we can’t wait to get it out there in front of a crowd.

Kiss The Sky‘ is a no-nonsense rock and roll album at heart. For their fourth album, Bad Touch have stripped everything right back and looked at what the essence of what makes a great album and at the core, great songs. They’ve stuck to what they do best, which is writing catchy, feel good rock music.

The songs were initially written in their practice studio “The Cabin” in Norfolk where the band feels most comfortable and can focus on the songs without outside world interference. The band have really nailed their sound on this album. When you turn it on you will instantly know it’s Bad Touch.

The production side of the album is about capturing the performance within the band themselves and capturing the “moment” and energy the band produce during their live shows. More plugging straight in, turning everything to 10 and going for it.

Kiss the Sky‘ is a power-packed album that has the groove with huge chorus hooks, foot stomping guitar riffs and an abundance of energy overflowing within each track. If you want to see what all the fuss is about catch Bad Touch on tour throughout March and April 2020.

Bad Touch – March/April 2020 UK Tour with Special Guest Piston

Tickets: www.badtouchrocks.co.uk/gigs-tours

Norwich, The Waterfront Studio Monday 30 March
Nottingham, The Bodega Wednesday 1 April
Wolverhampton, KK’s Steel Mill Thursday 2 April
Manchester, The Bread Shed Friday 3 April
Leeds, The Key Club Sunday 5 April
London, O2 Academy Islington 2 Monday 6 April
Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach Tuesday 7 April
Southampton, The Joiners Thursday 9 April
Saltash, Livewire Youth Project Friday 10 April
Buckley, The Tivoli Saturday 11 April
Newcastle, The Cluny Wednesday 15 April
Glasgow, King Tut’s Thursday 16 April

Following their signing with ITB, Bad Touch are thrilled to announce their March/April 2020 UK tour. Tickets will be available on Wednesday 18th December from www.badtouchrocks.co.uk/gigs-tours.

The 12-date tour includes their home town Norwich (Mar 30), Manchester (Apr 3), London (Apr 6), Cardiff (Apr 7) and Glasgow (Apr 16). Special guests will be Cannock’s Piston, who recently released their video for ‘Mama Weer All Crazee Now’ featuring appearances by Bad Touch and others.

The Norwich five-piece are currently in the studio to record their fourth album. This will be the follow-up to ‘Shake A Leg‘. ‘Shake A Leg‘ was released in October 2018 via Marshall Records and received rave reviews and was followed by a UK Tour. The album, which featured the rock radio single ‘Lift Your Head Up‘, was recorded in their home county of Norfolk at Orange Tree Studios and followed their critically acclaimed 2016 album ‘Truth Be Told‘ which featured the rock radio hit ‘99%‘.

Tickets: www.badtouchrocks.co.uk/gigs-tours

Norwich, The Waterfront Studio Monday 30 March
Nottingham, The Bodega Wednesday 1 April
Wolverhampton, KK’s Steel Mill Thursday 2 April
Manchester, The Bread Shed Friday 3 April
Leeds, The Key Club Sunday 5 April
London, O2 Academy Islington 2 Monday 6 April
Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach Tuesday 7 April
Southampton, The Joiners Thursday 9 April
Saltash, Livewire Youth Project Friday 10 April
Buckley, The Tivoli Saturday 11 April
Newcastle, The Cluny Wednesday 15 April
Glasgow, King Tut’s Thursday 16 April

Known by fans and critics alike for having a reputation as a busy and hard-working band, Bad Touch continue to tour far and wide and are looking forward to touring the UK again in 2020.

 

Norwich five-piece Bad Touch are happy to announce that they will be special guests on The Quireboys and FM co-headline nationwide UK tour in April 2019. Planet Rock will launch a 48-hour ticket pre-sale at 9am on Wednesday 12th December via www.planetrocktickets.co.uk and www.seetickets.com.

Tickets will then go on sale to the general public on Friday 14th December from the following online ticket retailers: www.alttickets.com, www.gigantic.com, www.seetickets.com and www.planetrocktickets.co.uk.

The 7-date UK tour takes in Nottingham Rock City (April 1), Cardiff Tramshed (April 2), Wakefield Warehouse23 (April 4), Sheffield Corporation (April 6), Manchester Ritz (April 7), Glasgow Garage (April 8), and Wolverhampton KK’s Steel Mill (April 9).

In addition to the above UK tour, Bad Touch will also play various festivals in 2019 including Giants of Rock in Minehead in January, Planet Rock Winter’s End in March and a welcome return to Leo’s The Red Lion supported by Collateral.

In October 2018, Bad Touch released their third studio album “Shake A Leg” via Marshall Records. The album received rave reviews and was followed by a UK Tour. The album, which featured the rock radio single “Lift Your Head Up”, was recorded in their home county of Norfolk at Orange Tree Studios and followed their critically acclaimed 2016 album ‘Truth Be Told‘ which featured the rock radio hit ‘99%‘.

Shake A Leg‘ takes a more personal and ambitious approach in song-writing and production due to the bands choice to write more spontaneously within the studio itself resulting in more emotional ‘in-the-moment’ performances. The new album features hand-picked songs that originate from a collective of all the members influences which they proudly wear on their sleeve. Known by fans and critics alike for having a reputation as a busy and hard-working band, Bad Touch continue to tour far and wide and are looking forward to playing tracks from the new album when they tour the UK in 2019.

RPR Media UK/ Rockposer Dot Com! & Kent BluesRockFest are pleased to announce ‘Rock The Red Lion‘, a night of great rock which is being held at Leo’s The Red Lion, the legendary venue which is celebrating ‘40 years of live music‘ in 2018.

The event is being held on Saturday 15th September 2018. Doors open at 4pm.

Headliners Bad Touch are making their first visit to the venue as are Burnt Out Wreck, fronted by ex Heavy Pettin’s Gary Moat. The remaining two bands, Black Whiskey and Collateral (formally The Angelo Tristan Band) are making a welcome return to Leo’s after their superb performances at this year’s Fibrofest.

Tickets are now available to order from Here

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