Touché Amoré share new song ‘Deflector’

In the three years since the release of their critically acclaimed fourth studio album, ‘Stage Four,’ Touché Amoré has spent their time touring and reflecting on a record that was deeply personal.

Time heals, and singer Jeremy Bolm explains that moving forward, they want to shake things up, “This time around, we need to take a chance with the unfamiliar. Someone who would take us out of our comfort zone. Enter Ross Robinson. A man who knows no comfort zone. I followed his career all through my youth to being a young adult. When we returned from our recent Midwest tour, we entered the studio to record a song with Ross and see if there was chemistry…”

That chemistry was captured with Robinson’s (Korn, At the Drive-In, Glassjaw) signature analog recording style, and ‘Deflector’ was born in a small basement studio in Atwater Village, CA.


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