Frontman Robin Zander, dressed head to foot in what looked like a white air force uniform with the stars and stripes tucked into his side, looked and sounded like the epitome of an American rock star.
If only all tours could be like this, music for the fans played by fans of the music. We can but hope!
There’s a spotlight on Bad Touch right now and we managed to catch them right under it for just a moment.
We can’t wait to go on our first headline tour which is really brown trouser time. Like you’ve mentioned on earlier, we’ve gone out and supported a lot of people. So I’m really excited to them..we’ve got Mollie Marriott coming with us, she’s an amazing talent in her own, right.
it contains a meaningful showcase of the sound that Bad Touch are going for however there is untapped potential here
‘Bad Touch’ are here with a brand new original material debut album entitled ‘Half Way Home’. Forming five years ago this young Rock band have had many live experiences playing huge festivals such as Download, Steelhouse, legends of Rock and 2012’s Hard Rock hell. In this short period of time the band has achieved all of this as well as now supporting Rock Band ‘The Answer’ on their UK tour 2015. Now getting ready to release their debut album late April this year, I have been fortunate enough to get my hands on it early.
With their 5th album about to be released and the tenth anniversary of their acclaimed debut ‘Rise’ upon us as well, it’s already shaping up to be a great year for Northern Ireland’s The Answer. To tell us a little about what they have in store for fans and what the new album ‘Raise A Little Hell’ means to them, Myglobalmind spoke to front man Cormac Neeson.
Once you see Electric Boys live you will understand why people enjoy their music and performance though. They combine catchy and funky tunes with a captivating performance by everyone onstage