Virginians Turnover recently announced that they’d be releasing ‘Good Nature’, the follow up to 2015’s ‘Peripheral Vision’, on 25th August via Run For Cover.
They’ve now unveiled a brand new track from the record, ‘Sunshine Type’, which frontman Austin Getz described to The FADER as being “a reflection on the illusion of control on any aspect of your life and how it stifles the possibility of what could be”.
He continued: “My most successful relationships, best experiences and fortunes, have all been the result of things I didn’t plan on, or even was upset about happening at one point. Things I have chased or tried to mould to my own, similarly have fallen short, been a source of distress, or caused me to miss other things that I may have benefited from or enjoyed. I think the idea of any human thinking they know even a tiny bit of the infinite amount of real truth out there is false. Accepting what the natural world puts in front of you and doing your best with it and attempting to see the good side, or all sides, regardless of how it may seem will always provide a lesson and growth, even if it is far removed from the event”.
In September, Turnover will be headed on a tour of the UK, which will see them playing in Birmingham, Nottingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester and Bristol before rounding off at London’s Islington Assembly Hall. Tickets are on sale now.
Listen to ‘Sunshine Type’ and see Turnover’s upcoming UK tour dates below.
22 Birmingham, O2 Institute 3
23 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
24 Newcastle, Riverside
26 Glasgow, Stereo
27 Manchester, Sound Control
28 Bristol, The Fleece
29 London, Islington Assembly Hall
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