BAD Touch have rescheduled their spring tour with new dates, including the Bread Shed in Manchester (September 21) and the Key Club in Leeds (September 22).

Before the coronavirus outbreak the Norwich five-piece were in the studio to record their fourth album.

This was to be the follow-up to Shake A Leg which was released in October 2018 via Marshall Records and received rave reviews.

The album, which featured the rock radio single Lift Your Head Up, was recorded in their home county of Norfolk at Orange Tree Studios and followed their critically-acclaimed 2016 album Truth Be Told which featured the rock radio hit 99%.

A spokesman said: “Known by fans and critics alike for having a reputation as a busy and hard-working band, Bad Touch continue to tour far and wide and are looking forward to touring the UK again in 2020.”