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Touché Amoré


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Burbank, Los Angeles CA, United States (2007 – present)

Touché Amoré is an American band from Burbank, United States that was formed in 2007. The band consists of lead vocalist Jeremy Bolm, guitarists Clayton Stevens and Nick Steinhardt, with Tyler Kirby on bass guitar and drummer Elliot Babin. They have released three studio albums and several EPs. They released …To the Beat of a Dead Horse in 2009 and their second album Parting the Sea Between Brightness and Me was released in 2011. On September 24, 2013, their third full length, Is Survived By, was released.

Touché Amoré are noted for their honest and confessional lyrics, for fusing influences from Converge, Raein, La quiete and Pg.99 and for being a part of revival. The band has also been credited as being a part of a self-proclaimed group of post-hardcore bands called “The Wave”, with fellow post-hardcore bands Defeater, La Dispute, Make Do and Mend and Pianos Become the Teeth. But Bolm considers The Wave as less specific and also includes bands Tigers Jaw, Title Fight, Balance and Composure, Former Thieves and Into It. Over It..


Jeremy Bolm - vocals;
Clayton Stevens - guitars;
Nick Steinhardt - guitars (formerly bass);
Tyler Kirby - bass;
Elliot Babin - drums.

Former members:

Tyson White - guitars;
Jeremy Zsupnik - drums.


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  • brootinho

    volta lindos

    10 May 12:52am Reply
  • Flohrjahn

    "Lyrical content adequate for 15 year olds," said the 21 year old, stroking his chin, before he continued listening to music for adults. The end.

    8 May 6:33pm Reply
  • Walenta

    Heavy Pop Review:

    18 Apr 7:17pm Reply
  • jessyrocker

    Cool Music

    12 Apr 11:17am Reply
  • Blaine_The_Mono

    Lyrical content adequate for 15 year olds

    9 Apr 10:58pm Reply
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  • edanolem

    so im the top touche listener hmmmmmmmm

    23 Feb 12:58am Reply
  • Digzh


    9 Feb 2:17am Reply

    Grown men still use ''<3''?

    29 Jan 1:03am Reply
  • hvrdknock

    @duffe the same thing happening to me lol

    30 Dec 2014 Reply
  • duffe

    I can't stop listening to this band.

    3 Dec 2014 Reply
  • tupinambruno

    got tired of it but they still got a place in my heart

    18 Nov 2014 Reply
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  • Reconstruct-Man

    Method Act <3 <3 <3

    29 Oct 2014 Reply
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  • Zombienation333

    @bobo9390 understand your point of view man, but I simply cannot see hardcore just as music. It's never been just music, it's always been something more. I'm an open-minded guy in general but I guess I'm a narrow-minded one with that particular thing: for me hardcore is a lifestyle and I simply can't understand it in another way. For me there's no place for those "poppy fanboy things" in hardcore, but you're right when you say everybody paid the same price to get in the show and enjoy it however they want to enjoy it, of course. But it's sad that we're losing the essence of the scene: we've never had rockstars, the bands and the crowd had always been the same. Doing these kind of things we're building unnecesary boundaries between bands and crowd.

    16 Oct 2014 Reply
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  • bobo9390

    "When did hardcore become a kind of poppy fanboy thing?" Telling other people how to enjoy the genre/scene is ridiculous. Plus some of us that like Hardcore couldn't care less about what the scene is all about. I just like the music. There's nothing wrong with embracing it as a lifestyle, but don't frown upon people at shows who choose not to. They paid the same price to get in.

    29 Sep 2014 Reply
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