Norfolk rockers Bad Touch have rescheduled their Kiss The Sky UK tour a second time because of the ongoing situation with the coronavirus pandemic.
Shortly before the original dates were due to kick off in March and April, Bad Touch rearranged the shows for September through to December.
Bad Touch have today (18th June) confirmed that the UK tour will now take place in April 2021, explaining: “While we are sorry to move the tour dates a second time, the health and safety of our fans is important to us.
“We are looking forward to seeing all of you on one of the new dates and to rock out together once again.”
The lengthy 15-date trek opens at The Waterfront Studio in their native Norwich on Wednesday 7th April and concludes at Buckley The Tivoli on Friday 23rd April 2021.
Kiki Dee cover
Alongside the tour announcement, Bad Touch have premiered the video for their cover of The Kiki Dee Band’s ‘I’ve Got The Music In Me’, which was a Top 20 hit when it was released in 1974.
‘I’ve Got The Music In Me’ appears on Bad Touch’s brand new studio album ‘Kiss The Sky’, which is released tomorrow (Friday 19th June) via Marshall Records. The album is available to buy on CD, white vinyl, and digital download formats RIGHT HERE.
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