by Andrew Sacher


Turnover's 2013 debut LP, Magnolia, was a perfectly solid melodic punk album, but it wasn't until last year's Blue Dream EP that it seemed like Turnover could really mean business. It sounded indebted to Brand New's Devil & God in a way that actually did BN justice, which is a pretty impressive feat for any punk band that shortly into their career. They're now set to release their sophomore LP, Peripheral Vision, on May 5 via Run for Cover, and lead single "Cutting My Fingers Off" delivers on the promise of that pivotal EP.

This time around they don't sound so much like Brand New, but more like the atmospheric punk of the new Title Fight record. Singer Austin Getz takes on a similar delivery to the TF guys, and the guitars are more concerned with being pretty than heavy as they lead up to an Appleseed Cast-worthy post-rock climax. Listen below.

Turnover begin a tour this week opening for New Found Glory... but let's hope it's not long before they come back around with a more likeminded band. Dates below...


Turnover - "Cutting My Fingers Off"

Turnover -- 2015 Tour Dates
Mar 12 Nile Underground Mesa, AZ (Turnover headline show)
*Mar 13 The Glass House Pomona, CA
*Mar 14 Oakland Metro Operahouse Oakland, CA
Mar 16 The Black Sheep Colorado Springs, CO
Mar 17 The Granada Theater Lawrence, KS
Mar 19 Wooly's Des Moines, IA
Mar 20 Varsity Theater Minneapolis, MN
Mar 21 The Rave Milwaukee, WI
Mar 22 Durty Nellies Palatine, IL
Mar 24 The Loft Lansing, MI
Mar 25 Bogart's Cincinnati, OH
Mar 26 Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH
Mar 27 Chameleon Club Lancaster, PA
Mar 28 Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
Mar 29 The Paramount Huntington, NY
Mar 31 The Met Pawtucket, RI
Apr 1 Toad's Place New Haven, CT
Apr 2 The Fillmore Silver Spring Silver Spring, MD
Apr 3 Cat's Cradle Carrboro, NC
Apr 6 Beacham Theater Orlando, FL
Apr 7 The Music Farm Charleston, SC
Apr 9 Mercy Lounge Nashville, TN
*Apr 10 Juanita's Café and Bar Little Rock, AR
*Apr 11 Tipitina's Uptown New Orleans, LA
*Apr 12 Fitzgerald's (Upstairs) Houston, TX

all dates with New Found Glory, Turnstile and This Wild Life unless otherwise noted

* indicates that Turnstile will not appear