The British [Norfolk] 5-piece rock group “BAD TOUCH” have released the official video for their new single on YouTube. The song is called “99%” is taken from their new studio album “Truth Be Told” which is released on 2nd December 2016.
To correspond with the album release, the band will embark on a UK co-headline tour on November 19th with the Australian rock band MASSIVE.
Bad Touch lead singer Stevie Westwood said, “We’re excited about getting back on the road and co-headlining with Massive. It’s going to be a great tour full of high energy.”
“99%” is remixed by legendary Rolling Stones engineer, Chris Kimsey (Kimsey engineered the Rolling Stones albums – 1971’s “Sticky Fingers”, 1978’s “Some Girls” and 1980’s “Emotional Rescue”, and co-produced “Undercover” and “Steel Wheels”).
We listened to 99% –
This is a big-hearted wobbler, and a heavy-chested smiler. For lovers of Bad Company and early Whitesnake. In other words, this is warm hirsute denim rock with a smattering of blues and the kind of melody that tugs your sleeve and says “you know me, I am a good friend. Let’s dance.” So you shall.
Ebbw Vale, EVI Saturday 19 November
Cannock, The Station Sunday 20 November
Bristol, The Exchange Monday 21 November
Chester, The Live Rooms Tuesday 22 November
Manchester, Factory251 Wednesday 23 November
Huddersfield, The Parish Thursday 24 November
Leicester, The Musician Friday 25 November
Sheffield, Corporation Saturday 26 November
Bridgewater, Cobblestones Sunday 27 November
Basingstoke, Sanctuary Live Wednesday 30 November
London, The Dome Thursday 1 December
Trecco Bay, Planet Rockstock Saturday 3 December
Lowestoft, The Flying Dutchman Friday 9 December
Beccles, The Angel Friday 23 December
Norwich, The Brickmakers Friday 30 December
Dereham, The Cherry Tree Saturday 31 December