Touche Amore drop new single

2019-09-11 by Kurai | 28 Comments
Post Hardcore band Touche Amore have just released a new song called 'Deflector'. Produced by Ross Robinson (Glassjaw, At The Drive In, The Blood Brothers), the song was recorded as an experiment to see if the band vibes with Robinson.

The song can be listened to here:



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JayEnder
September 11th 2019
7334 Comments


Not sure how I feel about this.

Artuma
September 11th 2019
31620 Comments


i like it. not the best or most emotional ta song but the sound is on point

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DungeonBoy
September 11th 2019
7828 Comments


Sounds like a TA song

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Project
September 11th 2019
4272 Comments


Maybe it's just my crappy earbuds but the drums sounded pretty weak here. I liked the chill bridge, but everything else felt stuck in second gear.

But I'm still hyped for more Touche

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DungeonBoy
September 11th 2019
7828 Comments


the snare sounds flat agreed, but it works

Pikazilla
September 11th 2019
11376 Comments


Song is ait.

Kurai
September 11th 2019
410 Comments


As a Touche Amore fanboy, I think this song is pretty dope.

JasonCarne
September 11th 2019
1100 Comments


His lyrics and their songwriting as a whole are getting really stale.

outliers
September 11th 2019
1487 Comments


Sounds like a TA song
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henryChinaski
September 11th 2019
4360 Comments


It's okay.

dangerousdarrin
September 11th 2019
172 Comments


I've never been the biggest fan of Ross. I loved the Night Verses release he did but the production was the worst part about the album. This sounds unmixed and raw.... Which is what Ross Robinson's stuff is like.

He's definitely a different type of guy. He doesn't allow behind the scenes recording in his studio.

chilledpunkrock
September 11th 2019
62 Comments


Good song but yeah, Robinson's production doesn't work with this. The drums sound completely flat and don't meld with the rest of the music, they stick out in a really unflattering way. The guitars don't have the same punch as they did on Stage Four either. Overall just a really muddy and boring mix that sounds like a demo (which it might be, I don't know).

chilledpunkrock
September 11th 2019
62 Comments


This is the same guy that ruined The Cure's S/T too with equally horrible production.

emmny
September 11th 2019
48 Comments


Wow I hate the production here wish they'd go back to the green sound

Dreampop
September 11th 2019
21 Comments


Sounds soo much worse than Stage Four. I hope they chose to not continue working with this guy.

dangerousdarrin
September 11th 2019
172 Comments


I'm certain they'll be doing the next full length with him LOL

spanndrew58
September 11th 2019
143 Comments


Middle of the ground Touche song. Preordered the 7inch because I am fanboy.

NorwichScene
September 11th 2019
3113 Comments


Average

Scoot
September 11th 2019
19943 Comments


unfortunately this probably won’t reach the heights of stage four

fully expect that to be their magnum opus

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dangerousdarrin
September 11th 2019
172 Comments


Me too. I was shocked that that wasn't considered their best by a lot of their fans upon initial release.

MisguidedYouth
September 12th 2019
263 Comments


mixing took a nose dive but the core of TA's sound is still there and I'm ready for it.

DreamAgain
September 12th 2019
1400 Comments


Pretty meh on this one tbh

ian b
September 12th 2019
871 Comments


tbh Is Survived By will always stand out as their magnum opus to me, but i can honestly see an argument with each of their albums as being their best. but yeah, mixing on this one is a bit offsetting, and it's not jeremy's best vocals by any means. still, far better than a lot of post hxc that's going around these days

SteakByrnes
September 12th 2019
19609 Comments


It was alright

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DreamAgain
September 13th 2019
1400 Comments


Yes, is survived by absolutely smokes the rest of their disco

PatientlyDead
September 13th 2019
143 Comments


Definitely not feeling the production on this. Musically i like it, but there's no real punch or grit imo

onionbubs
September 13th 2019
12543 Comments


everhthig Ross Robinson has done bar worship and tribute has fucking abysmal production and this is no exception ugh

song is alright outside of that but why’d they decide to go with him of all people?

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ItsTheSquirrel
September 14th 2019
411 Comments


Great song but production is ass



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