Produced in 2007, LA, California’s Touche Amore mix jangly post-hardcore with emotionally raw screamo to make their particular sound. Composed of vocalist Jeremy Bolm, guitarists Clayton Stevens and Nick Steinhardt, bassist Tyler Kirby, and drummer Elliot Babin, the music group includes a plaintive and psychologically intense audio that mixes the impact of rings like Jawbox and Converge into something strangely coherent. Touche Amore produced their debut in ’09 2009 with Towards the Beat of the Dead Equine, an album that could eventually gain the interest of Jacob Bannon’s label Deathwish, Inc., which released their follow-up work, Parting the ocean Between Lighting and Me, in 2011, aswell as their third record, Is normally Survived By, in 2013. After concluding the tour to get Is normally Survived By, the music group decamped to L.A.’s Seagrass Studio room with manufacturer Brad Hardwood (SUNSHINEY DAY PROPERTY, mewithoutYou, Smashing Pumpkins) to begin with work on a fresh album. The causing Stage Four premiered in 2016 via Epitaph.