Touché Amoré Release Music Video for “Limelight”

Touché Amoré have released the music video for their track, “Limelight“, off their forthcoming fifth studio album, Lament due out October 9th. Directed and produced by Phillip R Lopez (Kygo, Selena Gomez, Kevin Morby), the video has a very Lynchian vibe and includes a well-placed band performance. Watch the video now below and listen to the song HERE.

On “Limelight,” which features Andy Hull (Manchester Orchestra, Bad Books), Jeremy Bolm’s emotionally raw lyrics explore a space in love rarely treaded while guitarist Nick Steinhardt showcases his newly learned pedal steel skills. “When you’re connected to someone long enough, and you’ve both suffered losses and been there for one another, there’s an understanding and a beauty to the quiet moments. There’s a great line in ‘Pulp Fiction’ when Uma Thurman boasts knowing when you’ve found someone really special, when you can just ‘shut the fuck up for a minute, and comfortably share silence’. I imagined that you’d be shamed for casually omitting that a day or two may go by without realizing you haven’t kissed your partner, but at no point did things feel bad. You’re just in it and it feels like home.”

As the crescendo hits, Hull and Bolm are belting out on top of each other, Bolm shouts “So let’s embrace the twilight while burning out the limelight” the message of the song is revealed: The realization that the limelight may have held promise, but learning the obscurity of twilight is where you belong.

Since their formation in 2007, Touché Amoré has been burrowing through angst, alienation, cancer, and death throughout four adored studio albums. After over a decade of working through darkness, Lament, finds the light at the end of the tunnel. The Ross Robinson (Slipknot, Korn, At the Drive-In) produced album arrives as the follow-up to the band’s critically acclaimed 2016 release, Stage Four, which found vocalist Jeremy Bolm mourning and paying tribute to his late mother. Lament shines a light on what life for the band has been like since then, tackling themes of fragility, empathy, politics, and love while pushing forward a newfound sense of hope.