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Stream Turnover Peripheral Vision

Turnover will make you forget the term pop-punk ever had any negative connotations. The Virginia Beach quartet’s nimble, shoegazey sophomore album Peripheral Vision cuts through depression with airy guitar hooks that soothe even as the lyrics probe emotional wounds. When it comes to wounds, “Cutting My Fingers Off” soars above the rest of Peripheral Vision, […]

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Turnover – “Humming”

Turnover are a Virginia-based band on the cusp of releasing their sophomore album, Peripheral Vision. Most of their songs support heavy, sad emotions with a gossamer mesh of guitar work that borders on shoegaze but moves too nimbly to get caught up in staring at the floor. I previously wrote about Turnover’s “Cutting My Fingers […]

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Turnover – “Cutting My Fingers Off”

Today, the Virginia-based Turnover announced they will release their sophomore LP, Peripheral Vision, to follow up 2013’s Magnolia. “Cutting My Fingers Off” is the new LP’s first single, a gorgeous piece of nostalgic reckoning that bares both its heart and teeth. “I found the picture that we took when we brought in the New Year/ […]