Turnover Live in Singapore

Date

22 Jul 2017, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Genre

Rock

Details

Turnover Live in Singapore
22nd July 2017
Hood Bar
$32 early bird, $40 standard
ticketbox.sg/turnover
Doors at 5pm

Virginia Beach’s Turnover has never been a band afraid of telling the truth. The emotional honesty poured out over a number of anthemic releases has been a proven formula of success for the band, but on their sophomore LP 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. Songs like “Hello Euphoria” and “Like Slow Disappearing” highlight the new calmer, more subdued approach to songwriting, matched by Austin Getz’s somber, confessional lyrics that echo throughout songs as if his words were haunting every measure. 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.

Supporting band: Two Seas
Following an abrupt and reluctant hiatus after the launch of “I Will See You in Empty Spaces” in 2013, Two Seas has spent the last 3 years attempting to not just revive the dismantled momentum of the past, but to reinvent and progress from their particular flavour of experimental and emotive rock. Set for a late 2017 self-release, Two Seas’ new EP will feature DIY recordings of songs written over a long period of geographic limbo – a project paying homage to their new experiences and to those who have inspired them enough to believe that distance need not be fatal to creation.

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Venue

Hood Bar and Cafe
201 Victoria Street
#07-01, Bugis+
Singapore 188067

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