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Touché Amoré’s New “Benediction” Music Video Has A Deep Personal Meaning


Touché Amoré‘s video for their track “Benediction” has premiered online below via Sean Stout directed the video for the clip, which finds frontman Jeremy Bolm visiting the Nebraskan hometown of his mother for the first time since her funeral. Bolm‘s mother’s struggles with cancer and her eventual passing in 2014 served as the inspiration for the band’s latest release, “Stage Four“. Bolm said of this video:

“‘Benediction‘ tells the story of my brother and I driving to Norfolk, Neb., to bury my mother’s ashes. It’s a small farm town north of Omaha. Touché Amoré started our last tour in Nebraska, so I flew out early and made this with Chris Willmore filming and Sean Stout editing. [That duo also made the video for ‘Skyscraper.’]

For our final video for Stage Four, I wanted to bring her story home. ‘Palm Dreams‘ represents California and where she raised a family, ‘Skyscraper‘ represented her admiration for New York City and now ‘Benediction‘ gives you an understanding of why she had big city eyes.”

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