Bad Touch - Kiss the Sky

Bad Touch Kiss the Sky cover
Bad Touch
Kiss the Sky
Marshall Records
Bad Touch are back with their forth studio release, only 2 years after their previous album, “Shake a Leg”. For those who are new on the game, Bad Touch is a rock band that’s highly influenced by the classic rock music of the 70s and the 80s and bands like Bad Company, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Led Zeppelin, Black Crowes, Black Stone Cherry and the likes. Moreover their classic rock sound is embellished with lots of blues rock, southern rock and rock & roll elements.
“Kiss the Sky” is an organic, fun and easy going album on the whole. The band is following its rock roots and they deliver the goods in the end. They are not trying to reinvent the wheel, but present an album that each rock fan will enjoy ultimately. Songs like “Come a Little Closer”, “Let Go”, “Strut”, “Can You Save Me”, “Kiss the Sky”, “See You Again” (a very moving track) and “Sun and the Moon” are showing the way. Even the bonus track “Something About Your Kiss” is among my favorites on the album. A well-crafted atmospheric rock “folkish” track that will enthuse every listener. The album also features a rockin’ cover of Kiki Dee’s 1974 classic “I’ve Got the Music in Me”.
The album was recorded, produced and mixed by Nick Brine at the legendary Rockfield Studios in Monmouth, Wales, and it was mastered at Abbey Road Studios in London. The overall sound is big and has a late 70s – early 80s vibe! If you fancy rock music of the 70s and the 80s era, then “Kiss the Sky” is an album you should certainly check out…