Touché Amoré releases stunning visuals in ‘Lament’ music video.
Touché Amoré – growing vastly and more redefined as they continue to impress us. Across four full-length albums, series of EPs, and single releases, they have created quite the name for themselves. Singer Jeremy Bolm, guitarist Nick Steinhardt and Clayton Stevens, bassist Tyler Kirby and drummer Elliot Babin use their hard work and dedication to create a path that is all their own.
The band recently celebrated the release of their critically acclaimed fifth studio album, Lament. Now, Touché Amoré delivers the visually magical, perfectly poetic video for the album’s title track. One that you can check out here:
Touché Amoré – ‘Lament’
The aesthetically dark video is something that the band has always kept in mind when creating their craft. A vital part of the band’s artistic process, they keep visual identity on the forefront of their ever-evolving creations. The proof is in their continually ambitious vinyl packaging, captivating videos, and graphics. Touché Amoré teamed up with multi-platform visual artist Sujin Kim and absolute magic was made for this particular video masterpiece.
Resonating with Sujin Kim’s dark nature, bands guitarist and resident art director Nick Steinhardt knew it was a perfect pairing. Clear that the conceptual approach for this video was essential to the project’s overall aesthetic. Lyrical themes were intellectually explored, and Japanese art topics, unusual flora, and peeling bark covered. Bringing forth the perfect visual creation for Touché Amoré’s killer title track.
We think the band couldn’t have found a better artist to work with on a song like this one. What do you think? Let us know your thoughts by commenting down below or giving us a shout on Twitter @TheHoneyPOP.
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