Turnover release ‘Tears of Change’ music video

Turnover release ‘Tears of Change’ music video:

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New album ‘Myself in The Way’ out today via Run For Cover:
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North American headline tour kicks off tomorrow

“a woozy, psychedelic, dancefloor-beckoning beauty” – Rock Sound 

“an alt-disco record full of intrigue.” – The Skinny

“an absolute groove.” – Songwriting Magazine

“blissed-out” – Kerrang!

“a meditative exercise on what it means to enrich and evolve” – Punktastic 

“it just works on so many levels.” – Square One Magazine ★★★★★

Virginia band Turnover have released their new album ‘Myself in the Way’ via Run For Cover Records today. The band’s fifth full-length album includes the previously-released singles ‘Tears of Change,’ which now has a new video, ‘Ain’t Love Heavy‘ featuring Bre Morell, ‘Mountains Made of Clouds,’ ‘Wait Too Long‘ and the album’s title track featuring Brendan Yates of Turnstile.

Turnover are also embarking on their headline fall tour run in North America to celebrate the album’s release. The tour features support from George Clanton, Yumi Zouma, Horse Jumper of Love, Video Age, Temple of Angels and Riki on select dates, and recently-announced special guest performances from KEEP, Reptaliens, Ceremony, Spiritual Cramp, The Gas and Owen Casey on select dates as well. The 34-date run will begin on November 5th in Boston, with stops in Chicago, Nashville, Seattle, Los Angeles, Austin, Atlanta and a hometown show in Norfolk before wrapping up in Philadelphia on December 18th. Tickets on sale HERE.

‘Myself in the Way’ was born out of Turnover’s desire to continue evolving their sound, making each body of work more exploratory than the last, but it’s also a byproduct of the band’s growth both as individuals and collectively. Armed with a flurry of new ways for the band to express themselves creatively, they challenged themselves to make their most ambitious body of work to date. Co-produced by frontman Austin Getz alongside frequent collaborator Will Yip, Myself In The Way sounds more expansive than anything they’ve done, intently honing in on sound design this time around, and yet it’s wholeheartedly more intimate and self-reliant on their vision and execution. Bassist Danny Dempsey painted the cover artwork himself, and longtime touring guitarist Nick Rayfield contributed songs to the album to lend an additional spark.

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