Los Angeles post-hardcore outfit Touché Amoré have announced an Australian tour, set for this July. The band will be touring in support of their latest album Stage Four.
The national tour will be stopping in Newcastle on Thursday, July 6th at The Cambridge Hotel – the only non-capital city show on the tour.
Stage Four is the latest album from Touché Amoré, it’s a name that not only recognizes the 4th studio album from the band, but the passing of lead singer Jeremy Bolm’s mother from cancer in 2014.
Pitchfork described it as “A harrowing and unrelenting record, Stage Four is a glowing testament to the post-hardcore band’s melodicism, honesty, and unconditional empathy”.
Joining Touché Amoré on this tour is a band that could headline Australian shows in their own right. Virginia based rock band Turnover won over audiences around the world with their 2015 album Peripheral Vision. The band also won over Aussies during their tour supporting Basement last year, which also stopped in Newcastle.
Tickets go on sale Friday, 24th February 9am local time thanks to Destroy All Lines and Chugg Entertainment. This is not to be missed for heavy music fans!
Who: Touché Amoré & Turnover
When: Thursday July 6th
Where: The Cambridge Hotel