Times may be tough, but this past weekend in L.A. was a great one for life-affirming punk rock

On Friday, the longtime L.A. post-hardcore band Touche Amore played the thousandth show in its career. That’s a milestone for any band, and the act issued cute commemorative tickets at the door for completists. But the night seemed especially salient given what its latest record, “Stage Four,” was all about. The album is a painfully intimate document of familial grief, written in the wake of singer Jeremy Bolm losing his mother to cancer.

ENTERTAINMENT – Los Angeles Times

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