In one last final video, to pay tribute to the passing of frontman Jeremy Bolm’s mother, Touché Amoré have shared a new sentimental clip for their track “Benediction” from their latest LP Stage Four.
“‘Benediction‘ tells the story of my brother and I driving to Norfolk, Neb., to bury my mother’s ashes,” explains Bolm. “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 Stoutediting. [That duo also made the video for ‘Skyscraper.’]”
Bolm continued to add, “For our final video for Stage Four, I wanted to bring [my mother’s] 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.”
To check out the new music video which will undoubtedly bring a tear or two to your eye, be sure to look below. Afterwards, if you’ve yet to purchase Stage Four, you can do so here.