BAD TOUCH are hitting the road this spring and will be bringing their unique brand of classic party rock 'n' roll to King Tut's.

The quintet will play a handful of dates up and down the country as they continue with work on their upcoming album.

Fans of feelgood, sing-along rock will be well-catered for with sound Bad Touch reminiscent of acts such as Black Crowes, Boston, KISS and a little bit of Creedence Clearwater Revival.

They will kickstart their tour with a hometown show in Norwich at the end of next month, hitting the likes of Manchester, London and Cardiff, before rocking up to Glasgow on April 16.

The band are currently working on material for their fourth album, following up on 2018's Shake A Leg.

Robert Glendinning, lead guitarist for the five-piece, says they are eagerly anticipating their return to the stage, north of the border.

He told The Weekender: "Even from the early days Bad Touch has loved playing Glasgow they accepted us for what we are, good time rock 'n' roll and bought into what the band is about.

"There's nothing better than a loud crowd to give you something back at a show and Glasgow is among the best – be it a Monday night or a Saturday night, they always give their all and we are more than willing to give it back.

"Glaswegians may be hard to understand but they know how to rock.

"Every show we've played in Glasgow has been a blast and we can't wait to play there again."

Last month, Bad Touch announced they will accompanied on their upcoming tour by Piston, who released their debut, self-titled album last year.

Known as perfectionists, Piston had written and recorded an entire album before choosing to scrap it and start all over again in a bid to capture their true-to-life sound.

Their brand of driving, no-nonsense, gunpowder-fuelled rock will be a fine complement to the Bad Touch on the night.

Bad Touch and Piston will play at King Tut's on Thursday, April 16.