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Touche Amore

Touche Amore Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 213,430
Category Punk, Emo, Post Hardcore, Screamo, Emo Post-harcore, Hardcore Punk
Concerts
May
30
Riverside Municipal Auditorium
Riverside
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Jun
29
Outbreak Fest 2024
Manchester
Tickets
Sep
26
Louder Than Life 2024
Louisville
Tickets
Oct
10
Aftershock 2024
Sacramento
Tickets
About Touche Amore
TOUCHÉ AMORÉ LAMENT – 2020 Jeremy Bolm (vocals) - Nick Steinhardt (guitar) - Clayton Stevens (guitar) – Tyler Kirby (bass) - Elliot Babin (drums) Touché Amoré has been burrowing through angst, alienation, cancer, and death throughout four adored studio albums. After over a decade of working through darkness, the band’s gorgeously gruff fifth album, Lament, finds the light at the end of the tunnel. Through 11 songs, Touché Amoré looks back at its past and uses hard-won optimism to point its fans toward light, and love. Last year, the Los Angeles quintet re-recorded its 2009 debut, ...To the Beat of a Dead Horse, to celebrate the decade gone by. It was a straightforward reflection of a time when the band’s songs rarely surpassed the two-minute mark and hooks were accidental if existent. A striking contrast to the band in 2020, as their evolution with every step in their oeuvre has lead to this moment. Lament is their masterstroke. Its longer, structured songs soar with a ferocious but delicate musicality and powerful, gut-wrenching storytelling that smashes previous heights. Yet as much as the band has grown and matured via everything they’ve endured, it’s perhaps equally impressive how they’ve managed to stay true to their core… “I’ve always stood by the idea that if you’re gonna raise your voice and you’re gonna yell,” Bolm says, “and somebody is kind enough to listen to you do that—then I would not half-ass anything. I would be as honest as I possible" The band’s critically acclaimed 2016 release, Stage Four, found Bolm mourning and paying tribute to his late mother, which in turn, challenged his emotional bandwidth to converse with an upswell of fans responding with their own stories of grief. Along with the duty of being empathetic, the band had to deal with their own lives. Personal relationships bloom, members’ families change either by marriage or fractured bonds. A new president takes office, and personal turmoil turns political. “I sort of look at this record as a companion piece to Stage Four, in the sense that I’m not writing songs about [my mom] anymore,” Bolm says. “But the songs on this record are about what my life’s been like since doing that.” Lament captures all of this. A widescreen view at the constant fragility we face as people, as well as, life-after-jarring-trauma that we all must endure at some time or another. After 10 years together, the band have developed a family-like bond that has enabled them to withstand it all. “When you play music with people for this long, you can kind of anticipate their moves,” Steinhardt says. “If I’m writing a song or thinking of a drumbeat, I’m subconsciously thinking of something that [drummer] Elliot Babin would play.” Lament marks a number of milestones for the post-hardcore rockers. For one, Nick Steinhardt gets to try out his newly learned pedal steel skills on album centerpiece “Limelight.” Four years is also the longest wait between studio albums, but the bandmates found they were still in-sync. After working with Brad Wood for its past two efforts, Touché Amoré sought to break out of the proverbial comfort zone and get the famously demanding Ross Robinson (Slipknot, Korn, At the Drive-In). Both Robinson and Touché Amoré are known for their trademark intensity, which caused some hesitancy for Bolm. Ultimately, Robinson agreed to a rare one-song “test recording” last summer, which resulted in the song “Deflector,” released last fall. While Bolm remembers how Wood felt almost like a member of the band, he didn’t immediately find a mensch in Robinson. Getting out of the comfort zone clashed with straight-up being uncomfortable. Robinson made Bolm read out all of his confessional lyrics to his bandmates to make sure they understood their emotional content. He also invaded personal space by standing directly next to Bolm in the vocal booth as he sang. Those, along with his other abrasive, hands-on methods, took some getting used to. “I believe there was an unspoken learning curve between Ross’s methods and the understanding that I’ve poured myself into the words and mean every one of them,” Bolm says. In the end, “Deflector” proved the producer/band combo was undoubtedly the right fit; making Bolm read those lyrics turned out to be what helped make their emotions palpable in the final recording. With its ruminations on the draining human connection (“I'll test the water/I won't dive right in/That's too personal/I'm too delicate”), Lament’s first helping is a sharp intro to the album’s themes. The emotional frankness on which Touché Amoré (“Touch Love”) stakes its bilingual name makes itself apparent across the entirety of Lament. Bolm has grown from his roots as hardcore kid traveling the world in a van to finding comfort in his longtime partner. As described in the album’s blazing opener “Come Heroine,” where Bolm publicly declares love and emits this confession: “From peaks of blue/Come heroine /With open arms you brought down the walls I defend.” It’s on “I’ll Be Your Host,” where Bolm, amid the jangling guitar, grapples with the aforementioned mounting uneasiness that comes with having to connect to fans’ pain. With its acerbic slogans (“Pin a black ribbon on/We’re the mourning campaign/I didn’t ask to lead this party/I explain”), Touché Amoré cuts right through the complexities of being a vehicle for grief as its driver tries to maintain his sanity. In the vein of Bright Eyes’ poetic blend of political and personal insight, “Reminders” captures Touché Amoré trying to find some respite amid the constant stream of President Trump’s failings. Perhaps Lament’s biggest point is that Touché Amoré are still human. On “Limelight,” the solemn guitar plucks work almost as a solace for Bolm as he works through the deaths of his beloved dogs over the past two years and an understandable outward cynicism. The song also finds him praising his partner for supporting him through it all, and the overwhelming feeling becomes one of hope. “So let’s embrace the twilight/While burning out the limelight,” he shouts against the climaxing chords. He may still be broken but he’s trying, as we all are. The album’s closer ties it all together, as “A Forecast” is fittingly a precise update on Bolm’s life. He speaks to the listener as an old friend, perhaps because they are. Where he professes not feeling supported when he needed it most by those he figured would care the most. Mentions his new found love for Jazz, an obsession for the Coen Brothers… Before the song ends, he admits “I’m not sure what I’m after/but it couldn’t go left unsaid.” The album ends with the confession “I’m still out in the rain/I could use a little shelter/now and then.” Ultimately, the message from Lament? Bolm sums it up best: “That time doesn’t heal. That love can nurture. That it’s okay to not be okay.”
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Genres
Punk, Emo, Post Hardcore, Screamo, Emo Post-harcore, Hardcore Punk
Band members
Nick Steinhardt - guitar, Clayton Stevens - guitar, Jeremy Bolm - vocals, Elliot Babin - Drums, Tyler Kirby - Bass
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What fans are saying
Nik
5 / 5
Absolute best band to see live EVER! Touche kills it every time, tulips was cool like usual
Tulips FTW Fort Worth, TX
Dec 16, 2023
Steve
5 / 5
Great show, first concert I've been to in years and they gave it there all!
The Social Orlando, FL
Mar 15, 2022
Fede Andi
5 / 5
These guys are just awesome and the venue was perfect for a hardcore show.
Starline Social Club Oakland, CA
Mar 05, 2022
Ed
4 / 5
The soundchecks for every band took to long. But the show was incredible.
The Regent Theatre Los Angeles, CA
Feb 18, 2018
Kevin
5 / 5
so amazing, loved Touche Amore and La Dispute playing songs from their split
The Regent Theatre Los Angeles, CA
Feb 18, 2018
Anonymous
5 / 5
Jeremys energy was perfect. Such a nice dude and great crowd.
LKA Longhorn Stuttgart, Germany
Jul 04, 2022
kam
5 / 5
Great show. Good openers. Good venue. Stoked to be back.
Rickshaw Theatre Vancouver, BC
Apr 09, 2022
Mickey
3 / 5
Music was great. Venue feels like a high school gymnasium.
The Majestic Theatre Detroit, MI
Dec 21, 2023
Michael
5 / 5
Great venue!!! Touché Amore, Militarie Gun and Scowl killed it!!!
Space Ballroom Hamden, CT
Mar 23, 2022
Jessica
5 / 5
Touché crushes it every single time!!! Super rad venue too!
Knockdown Center Maspeth, NY
Dec 04, 2023
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Touche Amore Tour Cities
Louisville, KY Manchester, United Kingdom Sacramento, CA Riverside, CA

Frequently Asked Questions About Touche Amore

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Touche Amore on tour?

Yes, Touche Amore is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Touche Amore concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Touche Amore tour is scheduled for 4 dates across 4 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Touche Amore scheduled to play?

Touche Amore is scheduled to play 4 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Touche Amore tour start?

Touche Amore’s tour starts May 30, 2024 and ends on Oct 10, 2024. They will play 4 cities; their most recent concert was held in Riverside at Riverside Municipal Auditorium and their next upcoming concert will be in Manchester at Bowlers Exhibition Centre.

What venues is Touche Amore performing at?

As part of the Touche Amore tour, Touche Amore is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

May 30 - Riverside, CA @ Riverside Municipal Auditorium
Jun 29 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ Bowlers Exhibition Centre
Sep 26 - Louisville, KY @ Highland Festival Grounds
Oct 10 - Sacramento, CA @ Discovery Park
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