Maybe it’s just me, but I can’t think of a better way to spend an evening than by watching a bunch of kickass, quirky women, kill it on stage. Not to mention, this particular show landed on International Women’s Day! So, yeah. The hype was real. Now, don’t let my statement mislead you. It wasn’t all girl bands. (Though that would’ve been sick) It was, however, mostly female singers. Which is good enough for me.
Let’s start with ING, an indie band from VA that absolutely fit
How Touche Amore ended up at The Camel is beyond me. A venue built to hold 300 people tops, was now hosting a show for one of the most relevant bands in underground hardcore.
Luckily, I was privileged enough to run into Jeremy Bolm. The man behind the mic and writer of the heart throbbing album, Stage Four. Despite being exhausted and fresh off the stage, he was awesome and agreed to an interview! For more from Touche Amore, follow them on IG at @toucheamore . Now, my inter