Touch release first new single and video in 40 years
Melodic rockers Touch have released their first single in 40 years. The band has just released a video for the title track of its upcoming new studio album Tomorrow Never Comes, which will be available via Deko Entertainment as of April 30, 2021.
Track List for Tomorrow Never Comes:
01. Tomorrow Never Comes
02. Let It Come
03. Swan Song
04. Try To Let Go
05. Fire And Ice
06. Trippin’ Over Shadows
07. Frozen Ground
08. Lil Bit of Rock N Roll
10. Scream At The Sky
11. Wanna Hear You Say
12. Run For Your Life
Chipster PR & Consulting, Inc.‘s press release indicates (with slight edits):
“Touch was the first band to play at the inaugural Monsters of Rock Festival at Castle Donington in 1980 along with Rainbow, Scorpions, Judas Priest and Saxon. A live version of their hit “Don’t You Know What Love Is” appeared on the compilation LP Monsters of Rock, documenting the performances at the festival. Touch‘s first album was released on Atco Records and their first singles, “Don’t You Know What Love Is” and “When The Spirit Moves You” charted on the Billboard Hot 100. Their follow-up album was recorded in 1982 and produced by Todd Rundgren, The record never came out and Touch disbanded thereafter.
They are known for memorable and diverse songs, stellar musicianship, lush vocal harmonies and dynamic stage performance. One of the top AOR bands, their debut album is considered by many to be among the best melodic rock albums of all time. The original band have now reformed after almost 40 years to create the new album “Tomorrow Never Comes“, which is already being hailed as their best work to date.
Keyboardist Mark Mangold had this to say about the making of this new album, “Feels like déjà vu all over again.” Guitarist Craig Brooks continues, “The things you see when you ain’t got a gun”. Doug adds, “I’ll have the shark sandwich, please, Toasted.” Glenn concludes, “It’s not over till it’s over”.
For a limited time you can get Touch’s “Tomorrow Never Comes” CD and Tee Bundle (while supplies last), which can be ordered via: http://bit.ly/2O4o0oZ“
Touch‘s “Tomorrow Never Comes” video: