Watched and recorded by 3 giant cameras, the boys looked right at home, although it was strange to see no audience and hear no cheers at the end of every track (I managed to stop myself!)
Bad Touch performed latest single 'Mirror Man', the only song which took 2 takes to get right, as well as previous single 'Too late', which shouldn't work as an acoustic song, but it just does.
'One Last Chance' sounded melodic and pure, and, with recording time to spare, the boy decided to perform 'Preacher' and 'Waters' Edge', as well as a brilliant rendition of Led Zeppelin's 'Rock & Roll'.
It was great to see a bit of the work that goes on behind the scenes to create the magic Bad Touch bring to the stage. Although acoustic practice is not their main focus, what we saw tonight was an inherent ability for a band to work with and for each other in perfect harmony- I guess some things are just meant to be.
If you want to see what I'm talking about, get yourself down to the Cherry Tree in Dereham at 8pm this Saturday 6th July, free entry, and bring your friends!