Virginia Beach’s Turnover has never been a band afraid of telling the truth and they are set to release their forthcoming record, Peripheral Vision via Run For Cover Records/Cooking Vinyl Australia on May 8.

The emotional honesty poured out over a number of anthemic releases has been a proven formula of success for the band, but on Peripheral Vision, the band treads into deeper water. Working again with Magnolia producer Will Yip (Title Fight, Circa Survive), Turnover’s latest record shows a band maturing to create their best effort: an ethereal, reverb-drenched soundscape blending elements of hazy dream pop and the delicate emo rock of yesteryear.

Single Cutting My Fingers Off is described by FADER as “a wistful guitar jam that would sound right in place on Title Fight’s latest record—melancholy and warm, just the right measure of both.” Check out the new video for New Scream

The band has toured the US and the UK multiple times and has just completed a 25-date tour in the US with New Found Glory, Turnstile and This Wild Life.

Peripheral Vision solidifies the idea that Turnover is a band with its finger on the pulse of its generation: growing and learning with every release, but never failing to provide a relatable, cathartic experience for anyone listening.

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