Bad Touch have paid tribute to the Marshall Tucker Band with their version of Can’t You See. This comes alongside the news that they will tour the UK later this year with support from Piston.
“It’s such a great song,” vocalist Stevie Westwood says. “Both the original and the Black Stone Cherry versions are out of this world. We hope that our one stands up with them. It was a lot of fun to do.”
Can’t You See was recorded at Marshall Studios in London with production by Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters, Feeder, Gun). There is a 20-minute documentary about the band recording their version of the Southern blues-rock hit song. Can’t You See can be streamed at found.ee/badtouch_cantyousee
The Marshall Studio is a state-of-the-art recording facility located at Marshall Amplification’s global headquarters in Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, built around a 70’s Neve 8048, heavily modified and customised for Marshall by Neve specialist Blake Devitt.
“After such an awful 18 months for the music business,to be invited to such a space was a real gift,” says Stevie. “We thank Chris for making the songs sound interstellar.”
The tour kicks off in the bands home city of Norwich on 17 November. Ticket are available from badtouchrocks.co.uk/gigs-tours