The Bad Touch boys were back at the Railway Venue Ipswich on Friday to support the fantastic Slash UK, and they definitely set the tone for the evening with an energetic, high-tempo set.
Kicking off with latest single ‘Set the night on fire’, the 45 minute performance was a great advert for the band’s funky UK rock style, with new favourites ‘Preacher’, ‘Mirror m...an’ and ‘Waiting on the morning light’ impressing the crowd, who were also treated to a debut showing of the newly-written ‘Call on me’.
With classic rock the main course of the menu, the starter certainly didn’t disappoint, and the boys whet the appetite of the expectant audience with their very own takes on AC/DC’s ‘Whole lotta Rosie’ and Led Zeppelin’s ‘Rock and Roll’.
And with their very own anthem ‘Down’ bringing Bad Touch’s support set to a close, it was time for the brilliant Slash UK to take over the stage amidst a sea of guitars to belt out Guns & Roses, Slash’s Snakepit and Velvet Revolver classics into the night.
For Bad Touch though, it’s an interview and acoustic set for HCR, before a road trip to Melbourn Rock Club on Saturday. But the boys will be back in Ipswich to rock the bank holiday weekend on May 6th.