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Touché Amoré is an American post-hardcore band that was formed in Los Angeles in 2007.
The band released their debut 7” demo on No Sleep Records in September 2008. After a few west coast tours, the band went back into the studio to record their full length entitled …to the Beat of a Dead Horse. The album was recorded at Earth Capital studios in January 2009. The LP was released in June 2009 on both 6131 and Geoff Rickly of Thursday’s Collect Records. The album was met with generally positive reviews from critics including Sputnikmusic, Punknews.org, and Alternative Press. It also made its way onto multiple “Best Albums of 2009” lists.
Touché Amoré’s second studio album, Parting the Sea Between Brightness and Me was released on June 7, 2011, through independent record label Deathwish Inc. The band worked with producer and engineer Ed Rose at his Black Lodge Recording Studio in Eudora, Kansas. The album received praise from multiple reviewers, as well as being placed No. 6 on Rock Sound’s annual “Album of the Year” chart. Immediate promotion for the album's release in Europe led to them being the main support band for La Dispute with Norwegian hardcore punk band Death Is Not Glamourous also supporting. The tour coincided with both La Dispute’s and Touché Amoré’s appearances at Heavy Festival in the United Kingdom and Leperfest in Belgium in 2011.
They released a split with Pianos Become the Teeth on Topshelf Records in 2013.