One of the most remarkable things about Touche Amore's 2016 record, Stage Four, was the evolution of Jeremy Bolm's vocals. One track that showed how far he's come was "Benediction," which had him switching between both harsh and cleanly sung vocals. Today, the band dropped a video for it, which shows Bolm following his mother's footsteps to her hometown in Nebraska. He travels through the cornfields and long roads, the atmosphere overtaking everything. The song intensifies as Bolm finds himself at her grave, laying a bouquet of flowers on the tombstone. It's another affecting video from the band — they pull no punches when it comes to expressing the emotional weight of each and every song.

Watch the video below via NPR, and order Stage Four from Epitaph.