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Band Touch reschedule date at Rock City, Nottingham, for second time




Rock band Bad Touch have been forced to re-arrange their UK tour for a second time thanks to the ongoing coronavirus restrictions.

The five-piece band from Norfolk were due to play The Bodega at Nottingham this month but have now re-scheduled again and will be at the venue on November 23.

“While we are sorry to move the tour dates a third time, the health and safety of our fans is important to us,” says Bad Touch’s frontman Stevie Westwood.

BAD TOUCH / NORFOLK / Shot by Rob Blackham / www.blackhamimages.com (42209686)
BAD TOUCH / NORFOLK / Shot by Rob Blackham / www.blackhamimages.com (42209686)

“We are looking forward to seeing all of you on one of the new dates and to rock out together once again.”

Bad Touch are Stevie Westwood (vocals) Rob Glendinning (guitar) Daniel Seekings (guitar) Michael Bailey (bass) and George Drewry (drums).

They formed the band in 2010 while at college in Norwich, where they play the first gig on the tour.

They will perform songs from their critically acclaimed current studio album Kiss The Sky, as well as songs from their vast back catalogue.

They will be supported by Piston.

Tickets bought for the previous dates will still be valid for the rescheduled show.



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