Sydney’s very own Endless Heights will be joining Touché Amoré and Turnover on one of the most exciting punk/hardcore tours Australia will see this year. Los Angeles’ Touché Amoré are hitting Australian shores this July in support of their incredible new album ‘Stage Four’ and are bringing dear friends in Turnover along for the ride.
Ash Hull, booking agent for Destroy All Lines, expressed that he was excited for the outfit to join the tour. “Endless Heights are straight up one of the most exciting bands in Australia and we are stoked they could join this tour – their most recent 7″ ‘Pray I Fade’ was one of my favourite releases of 2016.”
Every artist destined for greatness have that one defining album and for Touché Amoré it’s ‘Stage Four’. Named both in recognition of this being the band’s fourth studio album and for the passing of lead singer Jeremy Bolm’s mother from cancer in 2014, Stage Four is a towering record. Pitchfork described it as “A harrowing and unrelenting record, Stage Four is a glowing testament to the post-hardcore band’s melodicism, honesty, and unconditional empathy” whilst Alternative Press exclaimed “the result is a beautifully sad collision of melody-drenched, aggressive art rock that retains plenty of the fast-paced intensity the band’s perfected.”
Turnover are returning down under after mesmerising their audiences when they supported Basement. On that ground breaking tour Blunt Magazine were there to witness it firsthand, saying “It makes sense that Turnover frontman Austin Getz looks like Jesus, because his voice is fucking holy.” Tickets are on sale now at tickets.destroyalllines.com for the Touché Amoré, Turnover and Endless Heights tour in July.