Bad Touch are a young rock band that first got together at the very end of 2009 whilst they were all still in school or college. Like most bands the early years were spent toiling away in local pubs playing covers of rock classics and at the same time introducing some of their own compositions into an ever expanding set. During these formative years the band began to get noticed and soon, due to their dynamic live shows, became favourites at many local venues.
Eventually the bands original material took precedence and it was not long before they recorded their first EP at the Leeders Farm Studio – home of local heroes The Darknesss.
The desire to get their music to a wider audience led the band to seek gigs around the country and this was instrumental in the band being awarded an Exposure Music Award in 2012 for their live show and being invited to play at Hard Rock Hell for the 1st time.
2013 was a great year for the band, during which they toured the UK with The Quireboys and won the Marshall Ultimate Band Contest – beating off a field of almost 400 bands from all around the world.
2014 has seen the band step up to become regulars at many venues around the UK. Tours with Bonafide, The Electric Boys and Tyketto have given them a great education in performance and this combined with some high profile sets at festivals such as Download, Steelhouse, Legends of Rock and Hard Rock Hell has shown that the band can deliver the goods time after time.
2015 is looking like another exiting year. Recording of the debut album ‘HALFWAY HOME’ is complete and will be available as a ‘pre-release’ during the18 date tour of the UK in support of The Answer throughout March – the official release date has been set for 7th April when it will be available through all the usual channels.
All in all things are looking very bright for these hard working guys. So if you’re into live music at its finest with the vibes of Led Zep and Black Crowes check them out whenever they play in a town or city near you – you will not be disappointed.