Touche Amore’s last album, Stage Four, is a powerful work of catharsis and freedom. In it, Jeremy Bolm deals with the death of his mother, leaving no stone unturned and airing out every feeling connecting to his loss, from the good memories, guilt and sadness.

In the video for “Benediction”, Bolm returns to his mother’s resting place of Nebraska, retracing steps while beautiful shots of derelict homes and business watch over a quiet city. It’s a video that really captures the scope of life itself, reminding us that nothing lasts forever, and that it’s never too late to slow down and remember what we’ve got. via

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