TOUCHÉ AMORÉ PREMIERE DAVID LYNCH INSPIRED “PALM DREAMS” VIDEO AT PITCHFORK

 

NEW ALBUM STAGE FOUR OUT SEPTEMBER 16th

HEAR/SHARE PREVIOUS SINGLE ‘DISPLACEMENT’ HERE

PRESS SHOT HERE (credit: Christian Cordon)

 

A songwriting maturity now marked by complex and soaring melodies.” – NPR

Today, artful indie post-hardcore band Touché Amoré premiered the video for “Palm Dreams” at Pitchfork. The video for “Palm Dreams” was directed by Tyler Davis and filmed in the band’s hometown of Los Angeles. In the lyrics for “Palm Dreams”, front man Jeremy Bolm confronts the loss of his mother while clearing out her home after she passed. Touché Amoré’s new album Stage Four will be released September 16th. Watch “Palm Dreams”  video HERE.

Stage Four is the band’s follow-up to their 2013 critically-admired album Is Survived By… . It was recorded in Studio City, California with producer Brad Wood. Fans can pre-order Stage Four at toucheamore.com and receive previously released tracks “Palm Dreams” and “Displacement” as instant downloads. Pre-order bundles are also available at toucheamore.com.

Since forming across 2007 and 2008, the Burbank, California band’s sound, with its melodic sonic assault and impassioned vocals, has grown tighter and more refined throughout their upward-moving career. Lead singer Jeremy Bolm, guitarists Nick Steinhardt and Clayton Stevens, bassist Tyler Kirby, and drummer Elliot Babin have created a trajectory for themselves through hard work and dedication. And now with Stage Four, their fourth and biggest album to date, they are cementing their status as one of rock music’s most talented, relatable, and visceral acts. 

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