Bad Touch: New Video – ‘Spend My Days’

Norfolk blues-rockers BAD TOUCH share their latest rock anthem ‘SPEND MY DAYS’ taken from their eagerly anticipated fifth studio album, ‘BITTERSWEET SATISFACTION’ (set for release on 8th December 2023 via Marshall Records). Fans can stream the new single and pre-order the album – HERE.

“Spend My Days is a song that moves through love and loss and all those emotions in between. It’s a meaningful and contemporary track, and we could not be prouder.” Says vocalist Stevie Westwood. “We drew influence from our collective pasts, lessons in love we’ve learned the hard way, and from giants like the Foo Fighters and The Struts. This is one of our most honest songs to date, and we are excited to share it with you.”

‘Bittersweet Satisfaction’ finds Bad Touch with renewed purpose and determination. Recorded at The Marshall Studio in Milton Keynes, it was self-produced by the band, engineered by Marshall’s Adam Beer and Ollie Brightman, then mixed in Wales by Motörhead/Bring Me The Horizon producer Romesh Dodangoda, who has made the drums sound suitably immense. A collection of classic rock anthems with heart and soul to spare, it’s sparked grand but relatable ambitions in the Bad Touch camp, a desire to give up the day jobs and dedicate their lives to rock’n’roll, and maybe even Seeks hopes, have a shot at hitting the charts. However, it’s all about the live experience, the coming together of like-minded people to celebrate the healing powers of music.

‘BITTERSWEET SATISFACTION’ is set for release on 8th December 2023 via Marshall Records. Pre-order – HERE. Be sure to catch BAD TOUCH out on the road. More information can be found – HERE.


11 Blackpool, Love Live Festival
16 Wolverhampton, KKs Steel Mill
17 Gloucester, Guildhall
23 Oxford, The Bullingdon
24 Gravesend, Leo’s Red Lion
25 Southampton, Engine Rooms

01 Tunbridge Wells, The Forum
08 Manchester, Academy 3
09 Liverpool, The Loft at The Arts Club
10 Sheffield, Corporation
15 Chester, The Live Rooms
16 Bradford, Nightrain
22 Newcastle, Northumbria Uni
23 Glasgow, King Tuts
29 Cambridge, The Junction 2
30 Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach

05 Norwich, The Waterfront
06 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
07 London, O2 Islington Academy 2
13 Brighton, Patterns

24-26 Lincoln, Call of the Wild Festival


Slip Away
This Life
Spend My Days
Bittersweet Satisfaction
Nothing Wrong With That
Taste This
Come Back Again
See It To Believe It
Dizzy For You

Stevie Westwood – Vocals, Rob Glendinning – Guitar, Daniel Seekings – Guitar, Michael Bailey – Bass, George Drewry – Drums


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