After spending the latter part of 2019 in the studio, Bad Touch head back out on the road for a UK tour including Manchester’s Bread Shed.
The Norwich-five piece spent the latter part of 2019 recording their fourth album, Kiss The Sky, the follow-up to 2018’s Shake A Leg. Shake A Leg was released through Marshall Records to rave receives, featuring the rock radio single Lift Your Head Up. That in turn followed 2016’s critically acclaimed album Truth Be Told.
The tour comes ahead of the release of new album, Kiss The Sky, which is due for release on 19 June 2020.
Now, Bad Touch are set to hit the road again for a 12 date UK tour opening with a hometown show in Norwich. The tour takes in Manchester’s Bread Shed at the beginning of April.
When they started out in 2010, they were performing covers in local pubs but it wasn’t long before they started to compose and play original material. Recording their first EP at Leeders Farm Studio in 2012, following in the footsteps of The Darkness, KT Tunstall and Arctic Monkeys, Bad Touch soon earned themselves strong exposure.
Awards and tours quickly followed including support slots with the likes of Bonafide, The Quireboys and Tyketto as well as festival appearances at Download, Hard Rock Hell and Steelhouse.
Bad Touch released their debut album Half Way Home in 2015, quickly following up with Truth Be Told the following year as they looked to cement their growing fanbase.
When do Bad Touch headline at Manchester’s Bread Shed?
Bad Touch headline at Bread Shed, Manchester, on 3 April 2020.
Author: Mark Kelly
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