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Mollie Marriott has hit the ground running. Just weeks after releasing her debut album, ‘Truth Is A Wolf’, the singer is touring the UK as special guest of Bad Touch. No stranger to the country’s stages – earlier this year she supported Paul Weller and Wilko Johnson – Marriott looks and sounds totally at home in front of the Islington Academy crowd.
Backed by a tight three-piece band, she seduces those who’ve come out on a Sunday night with her majestic voice and self-deprecating charm. Able to see only her own face staring back from the T-shirts in the front row, she sings into the dark with all her heart.
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Ahead of Bad Touch’s first ever headline tour, singer Stevie Westwood talks to us about lessons learnt on the road, why their fans are so important, their difficult second album, and their Planet Rock-playlisted duet with Mollie Marriott, ‘Baby Get It On’.
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November is shaping up to be very busy for Mollie Marriott. Not only is the singer releasing her debut album, she’s heading out on tour with Bad Touch.
“I’m really excited about the album,” she says of ‘Truth Is A Wolf’. “It features a lot of different styles and I think it really showcases my vocals. We had a lot of fun making the album and I hope people enjoy listening to it.
“I can’t wait to perform the songs when we tour with Bad Touch in the UK during November.”
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Bad Touch have been making a joyous rock ‘n roll noise for the past six years – in which time the Norfolk five-piece have released two full-length albums; toured with the likes of The Quireboys, Jared James Nichols, and The Kentucky Headhunters; and played festivals like Hard Rock Hell and Download.
As the band embark on their co-headlining ‘Planet Rock Roadstars’ tour with Broken Witt Rebels, Bad Touch guitarist Daniel Seekings talks starting out in pubs, latest album ‘Truth Be Told’, cover versions, and why hitting the road is what it’s all about.
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