Touché Amoré release video for "Reminders"

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Before Touché Amoré will release their new studio album "Lament" via Epitaph on October 9th, the quintet has shared another track with "Reminders" in order to shorten the waiting time. There is also an entertaining video clip with surprise appearances by Jim Adkins (Jimmy Eat World), Andy Hull (Manchester Orchestra), Jacob Bannon (Converge), Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance), Anthony Green (Circa Survive, SAOSIN), Skrillex and many more with their beloved pets.

Singer Jeremy Bolm comments on the background of the video as follows:

"The music video for Reminders’ conceptually was driven by bringing some joy to everyone’s timelines. If we can provide even just three minutes of joy to someone right now that’s enough for us, and who doesn’t love seeing awesome people and their pets? Putting this video together was such a pleasure because it involved talking to friends we love and getting wholesome footage in return. The people involved include artists we admire and contributors to the album. We hope you love it as much as we do. "

The track itself arose out of the overwhelming fear that arose from the controversial end result of Donald Trump's impeachment trial. Singer Jeremy Bolm says: "I think when we are all panicking, we need to have those reminders that there’s love out there for us whether we believe it or not and that’s all that we can really trust to save us."

Before that, three more songs were released with "I'll Be Your Host", "Limelight (ft. Andy Hull)" and "Deflector". To celebrate the release of "Lament", the band will be playing on October 12th. a streaming concert via Twitch. This is followed by a Q&A and a DJ set by Jeremy Bolms. Exclusive merchandise will also be available.

Since their formation in 2007, Touché Amoré has been burrowing through angst, alienation, cancer, and death throughout four adored studio albums. After over a decade of working through darkness, Lament, finds the light at the end of the tunnel. The Ross Robinson (Slipknot, Korn, At the Drive-In) produced album arrives as the follow-up to the band’s critically acclaimed 2016 release, Stage Four, which found vocalist Jeremy Bolm mourning and paying tribute to his late mother. Lament shines a light on what life for the band has been like since then, tackling themes of fragility, empathy, politics, and love while pushing forward a newfound sense of hope.

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