Touché Amoré announces Winter 2017 European & UK Tour

Touché Amoré European & UK Tour 2017 poster
Los Angeles post hardcore band Touché Amoré follow the release of their critically acclaimed new album, “Stage Four”, with the announcement today of live dates across Europe throughout January and February next year.

A formidable live prospect, they will play the Netherlands, France, Belgium, Germany and much of Scandinavia and Eastern Europe, the tour ending at Islington Academy in London, marking their biggest headlining show in the capital yet.

Watch the video for “Skyscraper” from “Stage Four” below.

UK & European Tour Dates 2017:
19.1 Eindhoven, NE - Dynamo Basement
20.1 Antwerp, BE - Trix Club
21.1 Munster, DE - Skater's Palace
22.1 Cologne, DE - Gebaude 9
24.1 Stockholm, SE – Klubben
25.1 Oslo, NO - John Dee
26.1 Copenhagen, DK – Pumpehuset
27.1 Hamburg, DE – Hafenklang
28.1 Berlin, DE - Musik & Frieden
30.1 Poznan, PL - Pod Minogą
31.1 Warsaw, PL – Hydrozagadka
02.2 Leipzig, DE - Conne Island
03.2 Prague, CZ – Futurum
04.2 Vienna, AT – Flex
05.2 Budapest, HU – A38
06.2 Munich, DE - Hansa 39
07.2 Ljubljana, SL - Gala Hala
09.2 Milan, IT – Legend
10.2 Bologna, IT – Covo
11.2 Zurich, CH - Dynamo Werk
12.2 Geneva, CH – Usine  
13.2 Paris, FR - La Maroquinerie
14.2 Amsterdam, NE - Melkweg Theater
15.2 Brighton, UK - The Haunt
17.2 Bristol, UK – Fleece
18.2 Manchester, UK – Sound Control
19.2 Newcastle - Academy
20.2 Glasgow, UK – Stereo
21.2 Leeds, UK - Brudenell Social Club
22.2 Birmingham, UK - Academy 3
23.2 London, UK - Islington Academy

Formed in Burbank, California, across 2007 and 2008, the band’s urgent sound, with its melodic sonic assault and impassioned vocals, has grown tighter and more refined through a trio of full-length albums and a series of EP’s and releases. Since those early days, 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. Over the years the band rose to prominence with 2009’s “…To the Beat of a Dead Horse” and 2011’s “Parting the Sea Between Brightness and Me”. Touché Amoré crossed into new territory with the 2013 art-punk masterpiece “Is Survived By”. Having earned early cred, critical favor, and legions of fans by playing lengthy tours of all shapes and sizes - in every basement, youth center, and house show - the band enjoyed a bigger following which only grew along with their talents.

“I don’t open up to people too much in regular life, but when I’m writing songs, I want to be as open and as honest as possible”, Bolm confesses. Touché albums have always served as an emotional outlet for Bolm. So when the time came to write “Stage Four” there was no question that it would be about passing of Bolm’s mother in late 2014. “Stage Four” was recorded in early 2016 in Studio City, CA with producer Brad Wood. Cathartic in delivery, highly sentimental, and sonically triumphant, “Stage Four” is an emblem of a band both living its dream and marred by loss. And with “Stage Four”, Touché Amoré has unmistakably made the biggest, boldest, and most artistic statement of their career.