August 20, 2013
Touché Amoré's highly anticipated third full-length effort Is Survived By isn't out until September 24th via Deathwish Inc., but a few weeks back, the post-hardcore next-gens gave a small audience the full listen in a live show benefit for the La Puente, CA art space Bridgetown DIY. SoCal visual archivist Chris Avis, who runs the site Cavis Tapes, was there to record the entire thing, and today, he and Touché Amoré unveiled a new taste off the quintet's new LP with their performance of "DNA." Like Is Survived By's decimating Recommended first single "Just Exist", this latest revelation continues curbing the Los Angeles punks' emotional charge beyond the circle pit and around melodious corners without softening the physical blows. The genetic makeup to Touché Amoré's Is Survived By can be studied below...
"DNA" (live at Bridgetown DIY in La Puente, CA)