by Adam Aiken
Bad Touch get their winter tour under way this week, with the Dereham boys kicking things off in their home county.
The Waterfront is sold out for their show on Wednesday, November 17, which will see support from Piston.
After Norwich, the Better Late Than Never tour – which has been rescheduled from earlier this year – will then take in another 14 dates, coming to a close in early December.
With the exception of a handful of one-off performances, it will be the first time Bad Touch will get to play songs from their latest album, Kiss The Sky, which was released during the pandemic.
They have also recently put out a couple of covers – The Allman Brothers Band’s Midnight Rider and Edwin Starr’s Twenty-Five Miles.
Click here for tickets for the tour.