Touché Amoré share new track Deflector!
Three years since the release of their critically acclaimed fourth studio album, Stage Four, American post-hardcore band Touché Amoré share a new track, Deflector. The song was born in a small basement studio in Atwater Village, CA, and will be featured on an exclusive 7” with previously released track Green.
Formed in Burbank, California, across 2007 and 2008, the band’s urgent sound has grown tighter and more refined through four full-length albums, a series of EPs, and various single releases. 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. Over the years the band rose to prominence with 2009’s …To the Beat of a Dead Horse, 2011’s Parting the Sea Between Brightness and Me, and crossed into new territory with the 2013 art-punk masterpiece Is Survived By.
In late 2016 Touché Amoré released their fourth studio album, Stage Four. The album graced many critics’ lists including A.V. Club’s “20 Best Albums of 2016” list, Stereogum’s “50 Best Albums Of 2016” list, and one of the 20 best emo/punk albums of 2016 by Brooklyn Vegan. In celebration of playing their 1000th show in their hometown of Los Angeles to celebrate their 10-year anniversary as a band in 2018, the band released their live album 10 Years / 1000 Shows at The Regent Theater.
Touché Amoré will kick-off a month long European co-headlining tour with labelmates Deafheaven on Monday, September 16th in Budapest. For tour dates and more info visit www.toucheamore.com and/or www.fb.com/toucheamore.