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Like Torches Deliver New Video and Album


After nearly a two year wait, LIKE TORCHES have delivered their brand new album Loves And Losses, available everywhere digital music is sold. Last year the Swedish outfit teased fans with the first single “Silver Lines,” and today the band shares the music video behind the eclipsing track.

Watch “Silver Lines.”

“We are so excited to finally have our first album for Victory Records out for the world to hear,” exclaims front-man Jonathan Karn. “We would like to dedicate the album to our fans, whose patience and ongoing words of support mean the world to us. We love each and every one of you, and hope these songs resonate with everyone.”

On the track, Karn adds, “Sometimes you feel like everything around you is falling apart. Nothing goes the way you planned, and you’re doing everything you can to find some kind of light in the end of the tunnel. It’s like the chorus reads, ‘Somewhere high in a golden sky, memories, broken dreams, burning in the light.’ Somewhere out there, there’s an answer. You just have to find it.”

Earlier this year the band announced details behind Loves And Losses, and debuted the video “The Guilt Of Surviving.”  Grabbing tour-mate and Yellowcard frontman Ryan Key to handle production duties, these five passionate musicians have worked diligently across two continents over the last two years to create a fresh, stellar rock album for the current times.


In support of Loves And LossesLIKE TORCHES will bring their new tracks to European audiences beginning November 27 through December 6.

“A rousing, rambunctious collection of pop-punk vibes” – ROCK SOUND

“A perfect blend of melodic smoothness and harsh passion” – NEW NOISE

“Engaging and worthy of serious head-bopping” – ALTERNATIVE PRESS

“Like an energetic, rhythmic train with no stops!” – SMASH PRESS

“The most promising band in punk rock” – PUNK ROCK THEORY

About Bryan Joe Corder (3921 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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