Broken Witt Rebels & Bad Touch

Roadstars Tour Kicks Off In Leeds Tonight

 

Birmingham’s award winning Broken Witt Rebels and Norfolk’s Southern rock band Bad Touch – two of the most exciting new prospects in the UK blues rock music scene – start their 13-date co-headlining ROADSTARS tour, tonight in Leeds at Brudenell Social Club.

 

Visit the official online press page to download the official press release, hi-res photos and official tour poster - HERE

 

Broken Witt Rebels experienced success in 2016 with the release of their EP ‘Georgia Pine’ featuring the Planet Rock playlisted singles ‘LOW’ and GUNS’ the music video for “Guns” attracted more than 474,000 views. BWR won Best Rock Act at the first annual Unsigned Music Awards and were also nominated for Best Live Act. Last year, BWR supported King King, Southside Johnny, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Whiskey Myers and Kaleo on their UK tours.

 

Bad Touch supported the Kentucky Headhunters on their critically acclaimed sell-out UK tour and Whiskey Myers at their sold out concert at The Dome in London last year. Their second studio album ‘Truth Be Told’ was released on Bad Touch Records in December 2016 and features the singles 99%’ and ‘Made To Break’, both remixed for radio by the legendary Rolling Stones engineer and co-producer, Chris Kimsey.  Their single ‘99%’ is currently playlisted on Planet Rock.

 

BROKEN WITT REBELS & BAD TOUCH - MARCH/APRIL 2017 UK TOUR

TICKETS:  24 Hour Box Office 0844 478 0898 or book online from - HERE

 

Leeds, Brudenell                              Thursday 16 March
Newcastle, Cluny                              Friday 17 March
Glasgow, O2 ABC 2                          Saturday 18 March
Norwich, Waterfront                       Wednesday 22 March
Sheffield, Greystones                     Thursday 23 March
Manchester, Ruby Lounge              Friday 24 March
Nottingham, Bodega                        Saturday 25 March
Bristol, Tunnels                                 Thursday 30 March
Brighton, Haunt                                 Friday 31 March
Southampton, Talking Heads        Saturday 1 April
Cardiff, The Globe                             Sunday 2 April
Birmingham, O2 Academy              Friday 7 April
London, Borderline                           Saturday 8 April

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