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Album Of The Week: Touché Amoré Stage Four

“I haven’t found the courage to listen to your last message to me.” That’s Touché Amoré frontman Jeremy Bolm, partway through his band’s new album, Stage Four. He’s singing to his mother, who died of cancer in 2014. She’s the “you.” The whole album is about her, and about Bolm’s reactions to her death, and […]
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