Bad Touch to headline Norwich Waterfront UK tour
The lead singer of a rock band from Dereham said the idea of performing live in Norwich was “euphoric” as the band prepared to embark on a UK tour titled “Better Late than ever”.
Bad Touch will headline the city’s Waterfront Studio on November 17th.
“We love it over there, it’s an old playground for us,” singer Stevie Westwood said.
“We’ve seen so many bands there, and it’s always a favorite for Bad Touch to play. [at] – we think it is our place of residence, ”he added.
The group had hoped to go on tour in March 2020, before the pandemic put an end to these projects.
Mr Westwood said: “Anyone who’s seen Bad Touch knows we’re all about people and gigs.
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“We’re constantly on the road and it’s been really, really bad the last 14 months because it’s been taken away from all of us.
“We have a serious fire in our stomachs and can’t wait to come back and play songs from our new album Kiss the Sky.”
In June of last year the band released a song to benefit the Music Venue Trust, and on the August holiday they performed Brickfest at the Norfolk Showground.
Formed in 2009 by guitarists Daniel ‘Seeks’ Seekings and Rob Glendinning, who met at Dereham’s school, the group still consists of their original line-up, and have undergone a subtle musical evolution.
“We relaxed a bit, we’re not quite like you,” Mr. Westwood said.
“I like to think the word has ripened. The fire is still there, just the way we proceed is more relaxing.
“We stick with what we know: wellness rock for the soul, and that’s what we want to deliver to people.
He added: “Just playing with my brothers on stage again with old and new fans is a euphoric thing to think about by the minute, because the whole Covid thing has realigned everything – you don’t realize that. that you have until it’s gone.
“We’re now more excited than ever to get back on the pitch and make people feel good.”