Turnover unveils the title track from their forthcoming album, ‘Myself In The Way’, which they announce will be released on Friday 4 November on Cooking Vinyl Australia and Run For Cover Records. The title track, featuring Turnstile’s Brendan Yates accompanies previous singles Wait Too Long and Mountains Made of Clouds on the 12-track album, which explores an entirely new sound for the Virginia band.
Inspired in part by meditation, gardening and volunteering at his local fire department, Turnover vocalist Austin Getz embraces a new mindset on the band’s new single and title track to their forthcoming album. An auto-tuned Getz begins the song with a simple mantra – “I can’t put myself in the way of love again” – before the song kicks in fully with humming synthesizers, jangly guitars and funky drum and bass grooves. Taking influence from artists like Chic and the legendary production of Quincy Jones, Myself In The Way takes Turnover’s signature ability to make deeply personal and heartfelt songs onto the dance floor, with an extended instrumental break in the middle that ends with a feature from Turnstile vocalist Brendan Yates, echoing the song’s conclusion with another fitting refrain matching the song’s introductory lyrics – “I won’t let the days slip by / on me this time.”
Change is authentic and true to Turnover as a band and as individuals. Chart a course through their discography and find a band continually reinventing themselves with a unique artistic ambition. Their new album, ‘Myself In The Way‘, observes this growth and sees the band further evolve the sounds and moods explored on their last two albums, ‘Altogether’ and ‘Good Nature’ as they explore themes of “love and happiness – having it and losing it – and questioning your own beliefs.” Getz explains. “Our music reflects what we are inspired by which is constantly changing as we grow. Starting out playing punk and hardcore shows and doing everything DIY to where we are now is a pretty stark change that I hope other people in our generation can identify with and find similar to their own musical journeys.”
Co-produced by Getz and their long-time collaborator, Grammy-nominated producer Will Yip at Studio 4, ‘Myself In The Way‘ arrives finding Turnover doing the same within their own persons, pushing the band into new and exciting parallel depths of expression. It follows their fourth studio album ‘Altogether’, released in 2019 which was described by The FADER as “their weirdest and most accessible to date”, featuring the stand-out tracks Plant Sugar and Much After Feeling and the celebrated 2017 release of ‘Good Nature’, which features the hit song Super Natural.
Myself In The Way feat. Brendan Yates is out now, with the full-length album due for release on Friday 4 November on Cooking Vinyl Australia and Run For Cover Records.
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