Peripheral Vision is the second studio album by American rock band Turnover. Produced by Will Yip, the album was released on May 4, 2015 through Run for Cover Records. Following the release of their debut album Magnolia (2013), Turnover parted ways with original guitarist Kyle Kojan, replacing him with Eric Soucy. It was recorded at his studio, Studio 4, in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.
Good Nature is the third studio album by American rock band Turnover, released on August 25, 2017, on Run for Cover Records. Good Nature was recorded with producer Will Yip, who had worked with the band on their previous album, Peripheral Vision. It is the last album by the band to feature lead guitarist Eric Soucy, who has since been released from the band due to allegations of emotional abuse
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Turnover just wrapped a tour with New Found Glory and people won't stop comparing them to Title Fight, but bassist Danny Dempsey wants a clean slate. Billboard presents an exclusive early listen of their new album Peripheral Vision (due May 4 via Run For Cover Records), along with a Q&A with Dempsey. I don't know much about the music in Virginia Beach. What was the scene like when the band started?
But on Turnover’s new album, Good Nature, getting on frontman Austin Getz’s level requires more than an updated vinyl collection. He turned vegan, moved with his girlfriend from Virginia Beach to California wine country, and made a record that sounds like he’d been there all along. I found my religion/When nothing was ahead of us/That week in California, Getz sighs on the starlit carousel ride Super Natural.
Peripheral Vision, Turnover’s sophomore album, shows a switch in direction from 2013’s debut Magnolia. Replacing the original pop punk sound, this record is mostly described as dream pop. The addition of new guitarist Eric Soucy – who is not in the band anymore – was stated as a major influence on this change. The relationship I have with myself and kind of feeling a distance from the person who I thought I was and who I was becoming. Peripheral Vision Q&A. What have the artists said about the album? Bassist Danny Dempsey expressed his feelings about the change in sound in an interview with The New Fury. I feel like it’s more our sound.
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Turnover are a great five-piece rock band from Virginia Beach, Virginia, formed in 2009. Obvious influences and comparisons for these guys would be Title Fight, Transit, et. though I also detect some Jawbreaker influence, which is awesome (of course). Their name is also derived from a Fugazi song, which makes them twice as awesome.
However, Turnover’s failed struggle against homogeneity still left us with the best possible sound they could have created in such limiting conditions. It’s an album that splatters vibrant paint across the walls of even the most austere room. It’s an album to be played with the windows down and the wind in your hair, and it feels too damn good to let you care about how cliché such a thing is. It’s an album that’s foggy orange and teal like the album cover, hazy and dense like the summer sun, soft and expansive like the sea, nostalgic and warm like the distant memories that Getz spent the last 40 minutes pouring over.