Turnover announces its new album and shares two new singles. Altogether, due November 1st for Run For Cover Records, sees the band breaking new ground and exploring elements of funk, jazz and britpop evidenced on lead singles Plant Sugar and Much After Feeling. The latter is accompanied by a mind-bending Jennifer Stratford-directed visual andspeaks to the sacrifices necessary to stay connected despite being separated by geographic distance, embodying the band’s experience recording the album while living on opposite coasts.


Altogether opens another chapter for Turnover in which the band embraced its eclectic mix of personalities. Working remotely from one another allowed renewed creative freedom for the band, inspiring full songs to come together instinctually and melding each members influences and tastes into a cohesive sound with the help of renowned producer and engineer Will Yip (Angel Du$t, Code Orange, Turnstile). The result is a revelatory body of work that taps into each individual members’ experiencewith change and the sense of togetherness that arose from starting all over again.

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