|9th April 2021|
King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
272a St Vincent Street, Glasgow City Centre G2 5RL
£12 + BF
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Bad Touch formed in 2010 when the band members were still in college and over the next few years [and over 500 shows] established a reputation as a dynamic live act in venues all around the UK.
They have toured the UK supportings bands such as Skid Row, The Answer, King King and The Kentucky Headhunters, completed 3 headline tours, played most of the UK's major festivals and are now taking the first steps in mainland Europe with shows in Germany, France, Switzerland and Holland.
With 2 successful [self released] albums in the bag the band signed for Marshall Records and released Shake A Leg in 2018. The album was met with much critical acclaim and each single has been playlisted on the UK's top rock station [Planet Rock].
With future tours being discussed, and the recording of their fourth studio album set for release in 2020, the future certainly looks bright for Bad Touch.
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